The Mid-Year Fiscal Policy Review of the Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Government of Ghana for the 2023 Financial Year will be submitted to Parliament tomorrow, Monday, July 31, 2023, in compliance with Section 28 of the Public Financial Management Act, 2016 (Act 921).
The presentation will give an update on the execution of the 2023 Budget, as well as insights into the first half of the year’s economic and fiscal performance.
It will also address measures put in place to stabilise the economy, stimulate growth, and protect the vulnerable.
This is stated in a news statement issued by the Ministry of Finance.
The talk, according to the announcement, will explain the essential imperatives for restoring macroeconomic stability and accelerating economic change.
The statement stated that fundamental changes in expenditure commitment control and arrears clearance, debt management, financial stability, and a growth strategy will be emphasised.
“In line with usual practise, we wish to indicate that the Government will undertake Post-Budget Engagements to explain the various policy choices to the public,” the release continued.