5 July 2014

Tunisia: NCA Finance Commission to Begin Monday Discussion of Supplementary Finance Bill

Tunis — The Finance, Planning and Development Commission, under the National Constituent Assembly (NCA), will begin from Monday, July 7, the discussion of the supplementary finance bill for 2014.

The commission will set on Monday the work approach and the timetable of its meetings, Rapporteur of the Commission Lobna Jeribi told TAP.

She added that the commission will start Tuesday discussing articles of the finance act and will hear government members (Ministers of Finance, Industry...). "Besides day sessions, meetings will be held on the night to save time and comply with the NCA agenda for the next period (review of other draft laws)," she noted.

The bill should be discussed at a plenary session at mid-July, 2014, she added.

Interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa had handed on Friday the supplementary finance bill for 2014 to NCA President Mustapha Ben Jaafar.


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