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Political Roots of the Budget’s Sobriety – IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute

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Political Roots of the Budget’s Sobriety - IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute

How come the government has shown sober responsibility rather than wanton populism in the last full Budget available to it before the 2024 General Election? We see many pundits struggle with this puzzle on television and in newspaper columns and either remain puzzled or conclude that this government stands tall, beyond the temptations of expedience to which ordinary mortals are prone.

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