Mohsen Zanganeh, the spokesperson of the 7th Development Plan Consolidation Commission, in a conversation with the parliamentary reporter of rahnam news agency, referring to the actions of the parliament in the context of reviewing and approving the bill of the 7th development plan, said: During the review of all the materials of the 7th development plan, the parliament observed three points.
The representative of the people of “Torbet Heydarieh” stated that the 7th development plan is one of the best programs in the field of popularization and stated: We are in all the issues of the 7th development plan from the upstream oil industries to areas such as mining, agriculture and even the duties of the government. In the field of maintenance of cultural and sports facilities, we tried to increase the contribution and role of the people.
The spokesperson of the 7th Development Plan Consolidation Commission stated that during the approval of this plan, the parliament obliged the government to stop entrepreneurship and direct involvement in these issues, and emphasized: The parliament also passed good rulings in favor of the issue of pricing. The private sector adopted.
Zanganeh continued: Also, in the 7th development plan, we obliged the government to compensate the loss of the producer if there is a price increase.
Referring to the approach of the parliament in the field of stability in economic decisions in the 7th development plan, Zanganeh said: In this section, we have passed decrees in areas such as customs, commercial interest rates, government rights and taxes, so the 7th development plan is one of the best The programs were about paying attention to the private sector and honoring this sector, people and cooperatives.
Referring to the parliament’s approach to discipline the government’s economic and budgetary governance in the 7th Development Plan, this member of the Islamic Council clarified: In this section and in the field of oil resources, for the first time in Article 15 of the plan, the method of oil company expenses and The issue of wells was taken into consideration and this issue became clear.
The spokesperson of the 7th Development Plan Consolidation Commission stated that during the review of the 7th Development Plan, the parliament organized the construction costs of the country, and stated: Currently, in the corners of the budget law and in various tables, we see that construction plans are defined and must be implemented. Therefore, we gave discipline to this issue in the program.
Zanganeh, referring to the measures taken by the parliament in the field of discipline in the 7th development plan of the budget, emphasized: In fact, in this section, we included a lot of discipline for the government, and we prohibited the government from creating any cost structure and mandated that the government In this sector, he should hand over the affairs to the private sector through the purchase of services and not services.
Referring to the Parliament’s approach in solving the problems of the government’s debt in the 7th Development Plan, the spokesperson of the Consolidation Commission of the 7th Development Plan stated: We put the government’s debts within the budget ceiling. We also prohibited creating debt for the government in any way and considered judicial rulings for that.
He stated that during the review of the 7th Development Plan bill, the parliament considered good disciplinary rules for banks and said: Also, regarding state companies, annual budgets, as well as institutions that provide public services, there were good disciplinary rules in the 7th Plan. was seen
Referring to the parliament’s approach to prevent any pressure and financial burden for the people in the 7th development plan, this member of the parliament said: Wherever the parliament felt that the government was going to impose a cost on the people, it adjusted it. For example, in the government’s bill, things like water, electricity, higher education, sewage projects put a financial burden on the people, which we prevented. Therefore, I believe that the popularization of the economy, which means trust in the private sector, cooperatives and the people, and in the second step, sectoral discipline and transparency were correctly included in the program.
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