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Gov’t Failed to Spend Development Budget: Mps

2Members of the lower house of the parliament have said Afghanistan Government have failed to spend its budget, accusing the Government institutions for having no capacity to spend the budget in the right direction.

Head of the lower house warned the departments who couldn’t spend its development budget lower to 40 percent, saying not spending the development budget will damage the development process in Afghanistan.

Law makers in the house have also insisted to summon those Ministers who couldn’t spend the allocated development budget lower to 80 percent with no conditioning.

We are in the 8 month of the fiscal year but scores of the Governmental departments couldn’t spend the allocated development budget.

Head of the house Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi said,” There is no capacity within the Governmental departments for spending the allocated development budgets in the right direction,since we are holding the monitoring role to review the Government performances, serious decisions and acts are underway to summon those Ministers who have failed to spend their budgets.”

“ Those Ministers who have failed to spend development budget lower than 80 percent should directly to be summoned, we need to prove for the people that we are the real representatives, and lazy Ministers should go home Mp Kamal Nasir Osoli said,”

Law maker Fakori Bashti said,” the National programs still remained uncompleted, though there are allocated budgets, a question raises that why the following projects were left un implemented, this issue should be pursued seriously.”

They have urged that the National Unity Government to create healthy system were practiced this has caused that scores of development projects to remain uncompleted.

Reported by Rafi Sediqee

 

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