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    Baghdad: Local government allocations in 2012 amounted to 2000 billion dinars

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    Baghdad: Local government allocations in 2012 amounted to 2000 billion dinars Empty Baghdad: Local government allocations in 2012 amounted to 2000 billion dinars

    Post by Rocky Sun 29 Apr 2018, 7:12 am

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    [size=32]Baghdad: Local government allocations in 2012 amounted to 2000 billion dinars[/size]

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    [rtl]Baghdad's provincial council revealed on Sunday that local government allocations in 2012 reached about 2,000 billion Iraqi dinars, while stressing the suspension of all strategic projects because of the lack of financial allocations.[/rtl]


    [rtl]The Vice-President of the Council, Adel Matar al-Saadi said in a statement followed by "Trend Press", "The financial allocations for the local government of Baghdad at the end of 2012 amounted to 2000 billion Iraqi dinars."[/rtl]


    [rtl]Al-Saadi added that "the budget of the Baghdad government for 2017 amounted to 119 billion," noting that "the provincial council received only 11 billion of them."[/rtl]


    [rtl]He explained that "five billion went to the Secretariat of Baghdad as a partner with us in the work, and six billion were allocated to the province of Baghdad," stressing that "stop all strategic projects due to lack of financial allocations crisis."[/rtl]


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