YEREVAN, October 29./ARKA/. The permanent parliamentary commissions will start discussing Armenia’s 2013 state budget project on Tuesday, October 30.
The panel will close the discussions on November 6, the parliament reports on Monday.
The parliamentary commissions should have summarized the results and the proposals be presented to the National Assembly of Armenia by 18:00 November 8.
National Assembly Staff will introduce the proposals to the government on November 9. Based on the proposals, the government is expected to present the final budget document.
As the speaker of Armenia’s parliament instructed, in accordance with the National Assembly’s rules of procedure, on November 15 the state budget project should be included into a four-day session agenda for further discussions.
On September 27 Armenia’s government approved the 2013 main financial document draft of the republic.
The revenues of the consolidated budget are supposed to account 1 trillion 59 billion, and the expenditures- 1 trillion 183 billion drams, deficit- 124 billion drams. ($1 – 405.3 drams). —0-