|Friday 9 February
The deputy of the coalition of state law, Fardous Al-Awadi, on Friday, called on the House of Representatives to vote on the budget without paying attention to the demands of the Kurdistan region and the American pressure, accusing the Council of "wasting time" on voting on the law.
Al-Awadi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it, "The style of consensus on the budget will satisfy the parties and political blocs do not satisfy the Iraqi people, as it is unreasonable to delay the passage of the budget so far to satisfy the provincial government and under US pressure is trying to give this government more than The benefits of the rest of the provinces through the terms of the World Bank for the loans that were pledged by the wealth of Iraq
Al-Awadi added that "the House of Representatives must work according to the legal framework and to vote on the budget without wasting more time that began to go unjustifiably," noting that "not to pass the budget after two months of its fiscal year is a major failure in the work Parliament".
Al-Awadi said that "the political blocs should not bow to external pressures, especially the US, as the parliament's vote on the budget is a challenge to these pressures and a major blow to America, which usually bear the agendas of suspicious damaged Iraq over 14 years."
The Secretary-General of the Islamic Union of Iraqi Turkmen MP Jassim Mohammed Jaafar al-Bayati said on Thursday that the House of Representatives will go to approve the budget at the end of next week, whether the Kurds participated or did not participate, noting that delaying the adoption of the budget "treason."
And considered the MP for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Rizan Sheikh Delir, on Thursday, that the passage of the draft financial budget for the year 2018 without the consent of the Kurdish deputies, "a threat" to Iraq, noting that the meeting Abadi and the Kurdish MPs was "the achievement of the outcome" has not seen a formula for a solution on the quota Budget budget.
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