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[rtl]A member of the Finance Committee, Hoshyar Abdullah called on the Prime Minister to instruct the Minister of Finance to pay compensation to farmers affected by the burning of agricultural crops in Kirkuk from the provisions specified for the emergency reserve in the budget of 2019, indicating that failure to act contingency reserve in such cases is a clear violation of the budget law By the executive.[/rtl]
[rtl]He explained in a statement to the twilight news that "in the financial budget law there is a possibility to act contingency reserve allocations in accordance with Article II (Paragraph III) and Article V / A), and therefore Mr. Prime Minister to take quick steps include the formation of a committee to visit areas where it was Agricultural crops to burn in the province of Kirkuk and meet farmers and assess the proportion of damage suffered and compensated through the emergency reserve.[/rtl]
[rtl]"The article (II / III) in the budget includes the allocation of two hundred billion dinars for emergency situations, and also Article (V / A) includes some flexibility to allocate additional funds, and the Council of Ministers can vote on increasing the proportion of emergency reserve allocations as needed, "Unfortunately, these allocations were not disposed of in the emergency circumstances of the country. At the end of last year and the beginning of this year, they were not disposed of to compensate those affected by the floods. Today some of them have not been paid to compensate the farmers whose crops were burnt."[/rtl]
[rtl]"We have already asked the Minister of Finance for more than once to pay part of these funds to compensate the affected flood, and there were official communications in this regard, but there was a delay in the disbursement of emergency reserves, if these allocations are not acted in such tragic situations, Of the allocation, "noting that" in the event that the government disengaged from the implementation of this article of the budget law and delayed in compensating the affected farmers, we will hold the parties concerned and use all our means in the House of Representatives, including the questioning of the Minister of Finance, especially that failure to exchange them may accept other interpretations.[/rtl]


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Post by rocky on Sat 01 Jun 2019, 6:13 am

Parliamentary Finance calls on the government to pay compensation to farmers affected by fires

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The parliamentary Finance Committee called on Saturday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, to pay [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  farmers affected by the burning of crops in Kirkuk from the allocations allocated to the emergency reserve in the budget in 2019. 
Committee member Hoshyar Abdullah, said in a statement, "The financial budget law has the possibility to act The Prime Minister should take quick steps, including the formation of a committee to visit the areas where the crops were burned in the province of Kirkuk and meet the peasants and assess the proportion of damage suffered and abuse Get them through emergency reserves. "
He added that "Article (II / III) in the budget includes the allocation of two hundred billion dinars for emergency situations, and Article (V / A) includes a kind of flexibility to allocate additional funds, and the Council of Ministers can vote on increasing the proportion of emergency reserve allocations as needed, "Unfortunately, these allocations were not disposed of in the emergency circumstances of the country. At the end of last year and the beginning of this year, they were not disposed of to compensate those affected by the floods. Today some of them have not been paid to compensate the farmers whose crops were burnt." 
"We have already asked the Minister of Finance for more than once to pay part of these funds to compensate the affected flood, and there were official communications in this regard, but there was a delay in the disbursement of the emergency reserve, if these allocations are not disposed of in such tragic situations What is the purpose of allocating them? " 
He added that "[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  for the implementation of this article of the budget law and delayed in compensating the affected farmers, we will hold the concerned parties accountable and use all our means in the House of Representatives, including the questioning of the Minister of Finance, especially since the non-disbursement may accept other explanations.

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