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There is no sign in miniaturization of state in budget 1396/2017

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A member of board of directors of the Iranian Parliament says: In the budget bill presented Rouhani to the Parliament there is no trace of miniaturization.
Sunday, December 11, 2016 11:14:27 AM
There is no sign in miniaturization of state in budget 1396/2017

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – Mohammad Qaseem Osmani an Iranian Sunni politician which representing Bukan since 2008 election in an interview with an economic reporter of ICANA.com said about positive and negative aspects of 1396/2017 budget bill, "Next year's budget bill presented by the government in moratorium; this is a very positive point; this on-time presentation will give appropriate chance to the MPs to survey the bill".

Qaseem who is also a member of the Planning Budget and Computation Commission continued: Now we have enough time to consider budgets of public and state companies so that it won't be prepared fields and beds for the incidence of events such as bohemian salaries and other financial corruptions.

Mohammad Qaseem Osmani Ph.D. accounting from Shahid Beheshti University, and author of some academic books accounting in Persian in Iran declared: We have also time to read, study and survey the bill exactly and if there be any bug or difficulty, we remind to debugging and fixing out the bugs.

President Hassan Rouhani submitted a $83 billion budgetbill to parliament for the next fiscal year, beginning in March. The budget is seven percent more than the current budget in Iranian rials. But it is less in U.S. dollars due to the recent drop in the rial against the dollar. The current year's budget is $97 billion.

The bill assumes less than 30 percent of Iran's income will come from oil exports, almost the same as the current year. It assumes an average oil price of $50 a barrel, up from the current $40. Iran and other oil-producing countries recently agreed to limit production in order to drive up prices.

Parliament is scheduled to finalize the proposed budget in February.

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