Government Expenditure Payments Made Public
Economy, Domestic Economy
Monday, April 23, 2018

Iran Government Expenditure Payments Made Public

Treasury’s public expenditure payments have been made public on Mefa.ir. 
Following President Hassan Rouhani's call for safeguarding citizens’ rights, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance unveiled a section entitled “Report on Treasury Payments” on its official website in which information about payments made by the treasury during March 21-April 20 are accessible “and will be continuously updated”, IRNA quoted deputy economy minister, Rahmatollah Akrami, as saying. 
The new feature was made available on Saturday.
In a wide-ranging speech on the same day, Rouhani reminded officials of their duty to respect citizens’ rights, including the right to information through communications tools.


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