For the presence of five unofficial outlets .. Finance parliamentary intends to host officials in the region
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Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed on Tuesday that the Kurdistan region has five outlets border between Iraq, Turkey and Syria informal and did not include Omulhe within the federal budget for 2019, as indicated that they sent a formal letter to the Government of Kurdistan to host region ports officials for the reasons for their existence.
The committee member Siham al-Aqili said in a statement to the "Information", "The Finance Committee hosted the Director General of border ports at the request of Parliament Speaker Mohamed Halbousi to know the number of border ports and the size of Iraq revenues," pointing out that "the hosting revealed the existence of five border posts in Kurdistan between Iraq, Turkey and Syria are unofficial and their funds are not included in the budget. "
She added that "the parliamentary finance addressed the border crossing authorities in the region with an official letter to attend the committee to host a special," indicating that "officials of the ports of the region will attend during the coming days within the House of Representatives to explain the reasons for the existence of those ports and not include their funds within the budget."
The MP for the parliamentary bloc of change, Ghaleb Mohammed, on Monday, the existence of a border port in the territory administered by the Democratic Party and the acquisition of imports, calling on the central government to include the port budget.