House of Representatives Imposes DZD 20 Billion Taxes On Algerians

date 2016/11/26 views 364 comments 0
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icon-writer Asma Bahlouli/English version: Dalila Henache

Value of the fees' revenues that were included by the House of Representatives in the 2017 Finance Act reached over 20 billion DZD (2000 billion centimes), Chairman of the Finance and Budget Committee at the National People's Council, Mahdjoub Bada, said.

"Social transfers fell to 1600 billion DZD, because most of the prices of consumer goods notice a decline on the global market".

"Our committee studied the amendments that include new fees which are in the text of the 2017 finance law that was voted by the parliament's majority, and it will reach, on December 4 the Council of the Nation, reached about 20 billion Algerian dinars. Parliament supports the government and actions that it has taken in the light of the current economic situation in the country".

"Finance and Budget Committee of the Parliament, included in the draft budget law for 207, amendments for raising fees on exploitation of mobile phone use, the prepayment, the wheels of vehicles of both types (heavy and light), in support of the public treasury, municipalities and the FNS resources. These increases are economic and rational measures in light of the difficult economic conditions that prevailed in the country, due to the collapse of oil prices. Citizens should not fear, because the matter is related to simple increases that will not greatly affect the purchasing power of the citizen".

"We should develop a strong information system to support those who deserve it and not others, in addition to activating the control and deterrence in order to monitor the market and organize it. Randomness prices that are imposed by the transporters on the citizens are discussed by the Transport Ministry for the creation of a control authority, to stop the chaos in the urban transport sector".

"Value of social transfers reached more than DZD 1,800 billion to 1600 billion DZD, due to the decline on most consumer prices at the level of the global markets".

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