Nassif intends to open a file borrowing the Minister of Finance 200 million from the World Bank
08:57 - 08/07/2019
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MP for the coalition of construction high Nassif, the intention to open the file borrowing Finance Minister Fouad Hussein $ 200 million from the World Bank during today's session, indicating that the budget this year provided for non-borrowing abroad.
"The decisions taken are not centralized and are not based on legal basis. The current year's budget has been directed to steer clear of external borrowing to ensure that future generations will not be saddled with more debt," Nasif said in a statement.
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tried to pay a lot of foreign debt in order to move away from the conditions imposed by the World
Banks, especially the World
Bank, in terms of appointments and investments," noting that "the budget of 2019 moved away from borrowing and limited revenues with oil revenues and border crossings, and therefore the decision of the Minister of Finance To borrow 200 million dollars from the World
Bank needs the approval of parliament. "
She pointed out that "the subject of borrowing the Minister of Finance from the World Bank will be presented today during the session of parliament in order to stand on its merits," asserting that "the Minister of Finance has returned and committed the same mistake committed by Haider Abadi when the people had large debts, which must be stopped, That borrowing is legitimate only with the approval of the House of Representatives. "
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has a lot of money wasted in the files of corruption and contracting mechanisms, and if the government imposed restrictions on the border crossings, it will receive large revenues."
The media had published a story about the Minister of Finance Fouad Hussein signed a loan of $ 200 million from the World Bank, to finance projects on electricity in the provinces of Maysan, Dhi Qar, Muthana and Basra. Ending / 25 n