Madagascar: A Short Guide to Enable Citizens to Better Understand the Finance Law

maryam lahbal
maryam lahbal
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The Ministry of Economy and Finance in Madagascar has created a small explanatory guide to provide citizens with an understanding of what the country’s finance law contains. The guide aims to offer the uninitiated a key to reading the renowned text and provide them with explanations.

The Ministry of Economy and Finance in Madagascar has enabled citizens to better understand and make use of the finance law by publishing a guide to reading it. The finance law, which is more than a thousand pages long, determines the amount, allocation of resources, and expenses of the State each year.

This small guide in French aims to offer the keys to help people read difficult/complex texts and thus encourage the involvement of everyone in life.

The Director of the Budget, Finaritra Rajonson, explains: “You say ‘Aprons’ to me, so we immediately have in mind that this is an activity of the Ministry of National Education. We also know that it is an investment expense and not an operating expense for that ministry”.

Maryam Lahbal

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