The Parliament Will Close The 1400 Budget In Two Ceilings

The Parliament Will Close The 1400 Budget In Two Ceilings

The assistant professor of economics at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad said: “It seems unlikely that the government will make a fundamental change in the budget bill, but perhaps the best thing is for the parliament to close the budget in two ceilings.”

Regarding the general rejection of the 1400 budget bill by the parliament, Vahid Arshadi said: The effects of government revenue and expenditure in any country show themselves in the nation’s revenue and expenditure, so people’s livelihood is a function of the decision-making system, government and parliament. .

He added: “Good budget governance strengthens trust in the decision-making system, and if people recognize and predict that the consequences of budget governance will be inflation and shrinking their table, it will cause more gaps between the people and decision-making institutions.

The economist said that the general rejection of the budget broke the taboo of saying no to bad budget governance and forced decision-makers to reconsider the preparation of this important document.

He stressed that the political economy of the budget is very complex and the conflicting interests of the actors in the executive and legislative branches have prevented structural reforms in the budget. The feature of the 1400 budget was that part of the budget had to be implemented by the next government, and the end of 1400 would end in the name of the next government.

Arshadi stressed that it therefore seems unlikely that the government will make a fundamental change in the budget bill, adding: “But perhaps the best thing to do is for the parliament to close the budget in two ceilings and, taking into account structural reforms, the budget for the second half.” Approved next year to measure performance differences between the two budgets with and without restructuring.

The assistant professor of economics at Ferdowsi University emphasized: “But for this, the parliament needs to be determined to reform the structure and start operating it with the beginning of the next government, because experience has shown that usually the beginning of any government with more social capital is the end of each government. The agencies have been more cohesive, and the effects can be seen in the government’s implementation of the second half-year budget.

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