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    The per capita share of the financial budgets since 2003 to today is estimated to 32 million dollars

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    The per capita share of the financial budgets since 2003 to today is estimated to 32 million dollars Empty The per capita share of the financial budgets since 2003 to today is estimated to 32 million dollars

    Post by Rocky Wed 01 Mar 2017, 6:38 am

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    (Encyclopedia of the Day News | [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ) - Economy

    Since 03.01.2017 at 10:23 (Baghdad time)


    Baghdad balances News

    A number of experts and specialists in economic affairs spoke of "the numbers" of cases of corruption in the successive Iraqi governments after 2003, where he confirmed that the total budgets of Iraq after 2003 amounted to about $ 960 billion, and the share of the Iraqi individual estimated at more than $ 32 million, while the poverty rate in the country exceeded 40%.

    He says economist Ahmed Abu loaf, "After the 2003 Iraq have been freed at all levels, contrary to what it was before 2003, where the Iraqi economy began to grow rapidly, especially after the increase in oil production and rising world prices rates to around 80 to 110 dollars a barrel during the period of 2003 - 2014, with the exception of the last two years, which fell two oil price to low levels. "

    He said Abu loaf, "The budget for Iraq in 2003 amounted to $ 14 billion, and in 2004 reached $ 18 billion, and in 2005 reached $ 26 billion, and in 2006 reached $ 34 billion, while that in the 2007 budget amounted to 42 billion dollars , and in 2008 it reached $ 80 billion. "

    He continued, "The 2009 budget for Iraq amounted to $ 74 billion, and in 2010 reached $ 75 billion, and in 2011 reached $ 84 billion, and in 2012 reached $ 101 billion, and in 2013 reached $ 126 billion, and in 2014 amounted to 134 billion dollars (which is the highest in the history of the budgets of Iraq). in 2015, no budget and in 2016 (under the austerity) amounted to about 90 billion dollars, while in 2017 amounted to about 68 billion dollars. "

    He noted that "the sum of these budgets amounted to $ 960 billion over 14 years, and the number of the population of Iraq is estimated at 30 million people, the per capita share of 32,733.333 million dollars."

    He said that "in light of the large number of Iraqi standard of living was very high and the poverty rate drops significantly, but it shows the size of the rampant corruption in the country after 2003, where the poverty rate of about 41%."

    According to official reports that the poverty rate exceeded the 35% under the low fiscal revenue and to coincide with the decline in global Asaralinvt.

    And provide Iraqi citizens filed a lawsuit on the three presidencies, calling for giving him his share of the budgets of Iraq since 2003, and to this day, and that of more than two billion dinars Araca.anthy 29 / D 24



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