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    Post by Rocky Sat 29 Jun 2019, 1:59 pm

    Parliamentary Finance: Budget 2020 will prevent the payment of Baghdad salaries of staff in the region
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    The parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed on Saturday that the budget bill 2020 will be free from the commitment of the federal government to pay salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region, while the statement that the paragraph was placed within the budget in 2019 to deal with the government of Arbil in good faith, but the latter did not commit to pay dues of oil exports.

    A member of the Committee Hanin al-Qaddu said in a statement to the information that "the failure of the government of Erbil to pay the dues of oil exports will push the House of Representatives to lift all the privileges granted to the region in the budget of 2019," pointing out that "the parliamentary finance committee is studying at the moment to lift a paragraph The commitment of the federal government to pay the salaries of the staff of the region even if not committed to the government of Erbil, as part of the draft federal budget law for 2020.

    He added that "the federal government's commitment to pay the salaries of the staff of the region has been developed to deal with Erbil in good faith and to end the differences between the parties." Noting that "the government of the region did not deal with the federal government similarly and still trying to keep tension between them and Baghdad through non-commitment to pay oil money."

    The MP said the alliance of Riyadh riyals Mohammed, last week, that Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, is obliged to stop paying salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region for the remaining months until receipt of oil money from the government of Arbil, while that Abdul Mahdi will face dismissal if the law is not applied to the region.

    He accused the Fatah alliance, earlier, Finance Minister Fouad Hussein to stand behind the provocation of the return of the Peshmerga forces to the province of Kirkuk and the withdrawal of the Iraqi army and federal police from the province to pressure the government of Baghdad to give up oil funds.

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