Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta is set to deliver the budget for the quarter of 2021 coming Wednesday, October 28th.
The budget will provide details account on the project revenue and expenditure between January and March 2021.
This procedure has been a norm, and the Executives go by it during election year to curtail setbacks, if there should be a change in government.
Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu who is the Majority Leader as well as the Chairman of Parliament Business Committee told the House on Friday, the budget will help to avoid the slowdown government machinery if there should be a change of government.
This means, there will not be a conventional budget presentation in November as is associated with election years.
In July this year, Parliament approved an extra ¢11,896,477,566.00 to support government expenditure after the Mid-Year Budget review and supplementary estimates presented by the Finance Minister.
This was after another approval in November last year, where the House approved ¢98,36,692,358.00 for government’s expenditure for the 2020 financial year.
Story by Surely Gh