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PM announces state's general budget of 2018
[21/01/2018 02:45]

ADEN-SABA
Prime Minister Dr Ahmed Obeid Bin-Dagher announced the state's general budget of the fiscal year 2018 with total amount of revenues estimated at nine hundreds and seventy eight billion and two hundreds and three million Yemeni Rial (978.203.500), and total amount of expenditures estimated at one trillion, four hundred and sixty five billion and forty two million and six hundreds and thirty one thousand rials (1.465.042.631), with a deficit estimated at 33%.

Bin-Dagher announced the the statement of the state's general budget at the meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers held Sunday in the interim capital Aden.

The Prime Minister gave a keynote speech in which he stated that this budget is designed to include one year salaries of the government's employees in military sector and the salaries of civil services employees in 12 provinces, and several sectors such as health, judiciary, the Universities and Supreme Committee of Elections in the regions still under the militia control.

The Prime Minister promised to pay the overall salaries of government's employees in the rebels-held regions if Houthis stops to controls those regions' resources.

Bin-Dagher noted that our country has been paying high price because of the coup d'état carried out by Houhi-ethnic oriented militia on September 21,2014 against the official authority represented by the President of the Republic Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

"The coup has resulted in grave damages touched upon economic, social, political and humanitarian situations in the country, said Bin-Dagher. Adding that "war waged by Houtis have destructed the nation's infrastructure and caused crippling economic damages to the national economy, productive sectors such as oil and gas and seriously affected private- own businesses".


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