Kinshasa, November 24th, 2021 (CPA).– The national deputy Delly Sesanga, president of the Envol political party, expressed the wish to see the institutions of the Republic, including the Parliament, review their lifestyle downwards, in order to allow to the government to save, for the implementation of social projects for the benefit of the population. The elected representative of Luiza, in central Kasai, who hosted a conference on Monday under the theme « My vision of reducing the standard of living of the State », believes that the reduction of the budget allocated to the functioning of the two chambers of Parliament would allow generating a margin of 130 million USD in the budget. This corroborates with the opinion expressed by the First Vice-President of the National Assembly, Jean-Marc Kabund in Kabund, during the presentation to the national deputies of the finance bill for the financial year 2022, by the Prime Minister. Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde, we note. « I have always asked the National Assembly to engage in the path of exemplarity, by halving the cost of remuneration, » said Delly Sesanga, stressing the paramount role of Parliament in the implementation. implementation of the plan to reduce the standard of living of institutions. He believes that without the involvement of Parliament, the moral weight will be lacking for proactive budgetary redeployment. The national deputy invited the Ecofin commission of the National Assembly, which is working to date for the improvement of the 2022 budget bill, to join this path of reducing the standard of living of institutions, by granting more resources in social, education, health, defense and youth employment.