31 July 2014

Tunisia: NCA- Examination of Complementary Finance Law to Resume August 4, 2014

Tunis — The National Constituent Assembly (NCA) will resume, Monday, August 4, 2014 the examination of the complementary finance law, article by article member of the Commission of Finance, Planning and Development Hédi Chaouech said to TAP news agency.

The NCA delayed the examination of the complementary finance law after Eid El Fitr because of the "reduced number of deputies present during the plenary sessions devoted to the examination of the draft law."

"The number of present NCA members ranged between 100 and 109 in each session," vice president of the Commission of Finance, Planning and Development in NCA Moez Belhaj Rhouma said.

He also explained this decision by the controversy aroused by the choice of the Ministry of Economy and Finance related to articles 25, 26 and 27 of the complementary finance law.

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