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Parliamentary control over government expenditure

D. N. Gadhok

Parliamentary control over government expenditure

by D. N. Gadhok

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Published by Sterling Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Expenditures, Public.,
    • Legislative auditing -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementD. N. Gadhok.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ7882 .G32 1976
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 292 p. ;
      Number of Pages292
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4526056M
      LC Control Number76902696

      It describes the shift towards greater executive dominance in three respects important to the functioning of Parliament — parliamentary expenditure, the impact of political parties and electoral politics, and increased government control over business in the House of Representatives. THE BUDGET AND ITS COVERAGE is the main form of parliamentary control of the executive. The budget authorises the executive to spend and collect revenues. In later years, the scope of government activities expanded considerably, and the role of the government budget became government expenditure is aimed at a variety of objectives.

      The Parliamentary Oversight Global Task Force (GTF-PO) focuses on financial and operational integrity which includes: the on-going review of all government revenue and expenditures; and legislation and other parliamentary rules establishing government financial control practices, procedures to account for and report revenues and expenditures. the exchequer and the control of expenditure by r. g. hawtrey humphrey milford oxford university press london edinburgh glasgow copenhagen new york toronto melbourne cape town bombay calcutta madras shanghai hj/ ^3 contents chapter paob i. the parliamentary veto on expenditure. 7 ii.

      The National Assembly Standing Committee on Public Accounts acts as Parliament’s watchdog over the way taxpayers’ money is spent by the Executive. Every year the Auditor-General tables reports on the accounts and financial management of the various government departments and State institutions. PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT COUNTRY ASSESSMENT AND ACTION PLAN (AAP) ZAMBIA accounting, and cash management and expenditure control systems. However, it will take time before these major initiatives, particularly the IFMIS, can or receipts and established by specific Parliamentary Acts. General government excludesFile Size: KB.


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After reading this article you will learn about the parliamentary control over finances – Accounting and Audit. It is not enough that Parliament must grant the money to the executive for expenditure and vote the taxes, it has also to see that the appropriations for funds are spent on the items approved in a wise and economical manner.

Parliamentary control over government expenditure. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers. MLA Citation. Gadhok, D. Parliamentary control over government expenditure / D.

Gadhok Sterling Publishers New Delhi Australian/Harvard Citation. (9) Audit: Parliament exercises control over public expenditure through the Comptroller and Auditor-General, who audits (and in practice, maintained tillwhen accounts were separated from audit) all Government accounts to ensure that the money granted by Parliament has not been exceeded without a supplementary vote, and that the money.

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2 Managing government expenditure: a reference book for transition countries. p Richard Allen. I beg to move, That this House notes with concern that the degree of Parliamentary control over the Executive has diminished and is diminishing; believes the opportunities for regular supervision of the actions of the Executive by Parliament are inadequate in the modern context; is concerned with the implications for the Constitution and ultimately for the efficient operation of the democratic.

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However, in many parliamentary systems the voter knows well who will.UK Constitution and Government/Parliament. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world If it involves significant expenditure of public funds, then a Money Resolution vote in each House; or in other cases, if neither House objects within a set time.

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