[size=30]Kurdish lawmaker: Kurdistan suffering economic crises and the situation is stable[/size]
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The Kurdistan Alliance Salim Hamza, said on Sunday that the Kurdistan Alaract economic crises and the situation is stable, pointing to cut the salaries of staff in the province due to a lack of financial allocations.
Hamza In an interview with "direction Press," said the pressures that have been referred Islamic parties in Kurdistan, made her think the decision to withdraw from the government.
Hamza said that the Islamic Group of Kurdistan Parliament made a lot of projects that contribute to the improvement of the situation and print in general.
Hamza said that these projects have not invested by the provincial government, adding that the Kurdish parties have not yet reached a decision to stay in the government or not.
It is noteworthy that the head of Jemaah Islamiah, a block in the Kurdistan Parliament, Marwan Klaly, announced an appointment to discuss the withdrawal or stay in the Kurdistan Regional Government, adding that "on the day we will discuss the matter only, without the issuance of a decisive decision."