Committee on Monetary and Financial Affairs
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The Committee on Monetary and Financial Affairs is one of the ten permanent committees of the Pan-African Parliament. It deals with the following concerns:
- Examine the draft estimates of the Parliamentary budget and submit to Parliament.
- Discuss the budget of the Union and make appropriate recommendations.
- Examine and report to Parliament on the problems involved in the implementation of the annual budget.
- Assist Parliament to execute its role of establishing sound economic, monetary and investment policies
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