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Parliamentary Finance: The Iraqi government is not serious about increasing non-oil revenues

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Post by rocky on Fri 16 Aug 2019, 6:48 am

Parliamentary Finance: The Iraqi government is not serious about increasing non-oil revenues

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The deputy of Nineveh province, Mahasin al-Dali, confirmed on Friday, August 16, 2019 that the Iraqi government is not serious in increasing non-oil revenues, and that there is no defense plan for the Iraqi citizen and these are all in the interest of import. 

"The government depends on oil because there is no strategic plan to develop different sectors in Iraq," Al-Dili told Rudaw Media Network. "The industrial sector is still deteriorating, the agricultural sector is weak and other revenues are negligible, namely strike, customs and others."

She added that "unfortunately so far the Iraqi government is not serious in increasing non-oil revenues," noting that "the budget of Iraq is mostly salaries equivalent to 41 trillion and the rest operational to ministries and the development of the regions, the budget is not practical and not serious in the development of the Iraqi situation, if there is a study or There was no dependence on oil, and it was important to develop the industry.
Al-Dali pointed out that "there is no defense plan for the Iraqi citizen and these are all in the interest of import, which leads to increased expenses for the Iraqi government and lack of revenue inside Iraq, and if the government was serious in solving it there would be several ways." 


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A member of the parliamentary Finance Committee, Mahasin al-Dali, that the government is not serious in increasing non-oil revenues.
"The government depends on oil because there is no strategic plan to develop different sectors in Iraq. 
She added that "unfortunately so far the government is not serious in increasing non-oil revenues," noting that "the budget of Iraq is mostly salaries equivalent to 41 trillion and the rest operational for ministries and the development of the regions, the budget is not practical and not serious in the development of the Iraqi situation, if there is a study or development For other sectors there was a lack of dependence on oil, as it is important to develop the industry, the factories are destroyed and there is no strong plan for rehabilitation to stop import. "
Al-Dali pointed out that "there is no defense plan for the Iraqi citizen and these are all in the interest of import, which leads to increased expenses for the Iraqi government and lack of revenue inside Iraq, and if the government was serious in solving it there would be several ways." is over


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