The 2011 Finance Bill was widely adopted on November 10th 2010, by the Committee of the House of Representatives for finance and economic development. The assessment of this section of the 2011 Finance Bill has essentially focused on the a review of the amendments proposed by a number of parliamentary groups namely the Justice and Progress Party (PJD), the Modernity and Authenticity Party (WFP), the Socialist Union of Popular Forces party (USFP), the Democratic Left Alliance as well as the majority groups.
The proposed amendments, which were broadly discussed with the Minister of Economy and Finance, focused on tax and customs provisions as well as general ones.
Furthermore, the Minister introduced to the members of parliament, who are members of the Committee of the House of Representatives for finance and economic development, the draft budget of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. The Minister`s speech focused mainly on: