Tunisia: NCA Passes Own Budget

Tunis — The National Constituent Assembly (NCA) passed on Thursday its own budget set in Chapter I of the draft general State budget for 2014 and credited with an amount of 25.2 million dinars.

Out of 124 deputies present at the plenary session, 109 have rejected by vote a proposal to reduce funds allocated to the institution under 2014.

This proposal was presented jointly by deputies Samira Marai, Rim Mahjoub, Abderrazzak Khallouli and Mongi Rahoui who invoked the possibility of the end of mission of the assembly once a new constitution is passed.

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