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    Parliamentary oil excludes a supplementary budget: pass it "difficult" for these reasons

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    Parliamentary oil excludes a supplementary budget: pass it "difficult" for these reasons Empty Parliamentary oil excludes a supplementary budget: pass it "difficult" for these reasons

    Post by Rocky Sun 11 Aug 2019, 2:31 am

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    • [ltr] August 10, 2019 [/ltr]

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      BAGHDAD (Reuters) - A member of the oil and energy parliamentary committee Sadiq al-Sulaiti ruled out on Saturday that there would be a supplementary budget for 2019, noting that the financial abundance achieved from the increase in oil prices only fill the deficit. Al-Sulaiti said in a press statement that "the financial abundance achieved by the amounts of high oil prices will fill the deficit only and do not expect a supplementary budget," noting that "the general budget promised a deficit of 24 trillion and we have an investment budget of about 28 trillion, most of which depends on the financial abundance Achieved by the 2019 budget. " He added that "the budget of 2020 will be harder than the budget of 2019, because of the stabilization of the functional grades and the launch of allocations so there will be an increase in the next budget," calling on "the government to provide appropriate solutions to address the budget crisis." He continued "[/size]


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