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Reveal a parliamentary approach to increase social protection allocations in the next budget

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Reveal a parliamentary approach to increase social protection allocations in the next budget

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A member of the Committee on Labor and Social Affairs of Parliament Star Jabbar Al-Atabi, on Saturday, the existence of a trend to increase financial allocations for social protection in the budget next year 2020, indicating that the Ministry of Labor is preparing an electronic program aimed at merging old names with new names.
Al-Atabi said in a statement to the information, that his committee "in cooperation with the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in the process of launching an electronic program to merge the old names with the new to include the salaries of social welfare."
He added that "there is a tendency to increase financial allocations in the 2020 budget to include the largest number of beneficiaries," noting that "the lack of financial allocations significantly affected the delayed funds of poor families."
Al-Atabi pointed out that "there is still no accurate statistics on the proportion of poverty in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  ." Finished / 25 h


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Finance - Reveal a parliamentary approach to increase social protection allocations in the next budget Empty Parliamentary Committee: Budget 2020 is different from previous budgets by two things

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The budget committee revealed that the budget deficit of 2020 reached according to the prototype - to 72 trillion dinars, a very scary figure for the first time up the deficit in the Iraqi state to this number, pointing out that the 2020 budget is different from the previous budgets by two things.
Committee member Jamal Kuger said, "The next budget is different from the previous budgets in two things. First, the model will change any shift to the new method from (items) to (programs and performance) and will apply this method to only two ministries during the next year, namely the ministries of health. The second thing is negative as it contains a lot of deficits and the deficit in the prototype of the budget reached 72 trillion dinars, a very high figure, and for the first time the deficit in the Iraqi state to this number ".
 He added, "The ministries of planning and finance are interested in studying the most important mechanisms and vocabulary that contribute to reducing this deficit because the more the deficit stops the movement of investment in the country and the greater the operational budget, the less the investment budget."
He pointed out that what led to "this large deficit is to increase the operational budget", comparing it to "disaster".
He called on the ministries concerned to "cooperate with the parliamentary finance committee to work to reduce and reduce the deficit rate."


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(Baghdad: Euphrates News) The parliamentary finance committee revealed that the federal budget deficit for 2020 reached - according to the prototype - to 72 trillion dinars.
Committee member Jamal Kuger said in a press statement that "the next budget is different from the previous budgets in two things. First, the model will change any shift to the new method from (items) to (programs and performance) and will apply this method to only two ministries during the The second is negative, as it contains a lot of deficits and the deficit in the prototype budget reached 72 trillion dinars, which is a very high figure for the first time up to the deficit. Ara To this figure. "
He added, "The Ministries of Planning and Finance are interested in studying the most important mechanisms and vocabulary that contribute to reducing this deficit because the more the deficit stops the movement of investment in the country and the greater the operational budget, the less the investment budget," noting that what led to this large deficit is "increase the operational" He called the ministries concerned to cooperate with the Parliamentary Finance Committee to work to reduce and reduce the deficit rate.
As for the most prominent solutions that can address the deficit, Kojer explained: “There are a lot of (imaginary - space) who receive fictitious salaries and this situation can be addressed, and the second is to control the revenues of the border outlets that the Inspector General stated that there are 6 ports The government does not have any control over it after the official working hours; that is, the resources that come through it do not go to the state but to other parties, and the remaining outlets have great corruption. ”
He continued: "The third solution is to shift the point of government from the government sector to the private sector, that is (why the government bears all salaries without charge ?!) , The fourth solution is represented to fight corruption through real money reserve figures reaped fortunes by exploiting positions as well as other mechanisms ".anthy
and on external borrowing, pointed cougars, that" the Finance Committee decided to stop external borrowing, because one of the most important as The deficit is the repayment of interest on loans, where $ 19 million in interest will be repaid on loans that the country has not benefited from. ”
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Finance - Reveal a parliamentary approach to increase social protection allocations in the next budget Empty Parliamentary Education: Appointing the first colleges and universities within the 2020 budget

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Parliamentary Education: Appointing the first colleges and universities within the 2020 budget

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The Higher Education Committee of the Parliament revealed that the budget for next year 2020 will include the appointment of top students to colleges and universities.
Member of the Education Committee, Inas Al-Maksousi said in a press statement that "Law 67 of 2017 stipulated the appointment of the first students in colleges and universities to the permanent owners in the ministries and bodies."
She added that "through communication with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Directorate of Human Resources in the ministry has been agreed to activate the provisions of the law on the appointment of the first students."
Al-Maksousi explained that "the law was enacted since the previous session, but it did not enter into force," noting that "the Committee always confirms so far, that the priority of attention to the professor, student and educational institution, and holders of higher degrees and the participation of students and researchers in international conferences."
Al-Maksousi added that the committee stressed the need to include financial allocations in the next year's budget that are commensurate with the outputs of the Ministry of Education due to its great importance in advancing the reality of the country.


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The budget committee [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  higher [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  , on Sunday, that the budget for next year will include the appointment of top students to colleges and universities.
A member of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  Committee Inas Al-Maksousi said in a press statement, "Law 67 of 2017 provides for the appointment of the first students in colleges and universities to permanent staff in ministries and bodies not associated with the Ministry."
Al-Maksousi pointed out that "through communication with the Ministry [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  Higher [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  and Scientific Research and the Directorate of Human Resources in the ministry was agreed to activate the provisions of the law on the appointment of the first students."
He pointed out that "the law has been initiated since the previous session, but it has not entered into force so far," adding that "the Committee always emphasizes that the priority of attention to the professor, student and educational institution, and holders of higher degrees and the participation of students and researchers in international conferences."
She continued, "The Committee stressed the need to include financial allocations in the budget next year commensurate with the outputs of the Ministry of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  because of its great importance in the advancement of the reality of the country."


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She continued, "The Committee stressed the need to include financial allocations in the budget next year commensurate with the outputs of the Ministry of Education because of its great importance in the advancement of the reality of the country."


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The Higher Education Committee of Parliament, on Sunday, that the budget for next year 2020 will include the appointment of top students to colleges and universities.
The Education Committee member, Inas Al-Maksousi said in a statement followed by “Kalamaksh Press” that “Law 67 of 2017 provided for the appointment of the first students in the colleges and universities to permanent staff in the ministries and bodies that are not related to the ministry”.
She added: "Through communication with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Directorate of Human Resources in the ministry has been agreed to activate the provisions of the law on the appointment of the first students."
She added that "the law has been initiated since the previous session, but it did not enter into force," noting that "the Committee always emphasizes so far, that the priority of attention to the professor, student and educational institution, and holders of higher degrees and the participation of students and researchers in international conferences."
She pointed out that "the Committee stressed the need to include financial allocations in the budget next year commensurate with the outputs of the Ministry of Education because of its great importance in the advancement of the reality of the country."


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Finance - Reveal a parliamentary approach to increase social protection allocations in the next budget Empty Finance Minister: We seek to enhance the share of Nineveh in the 2020 budget

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Finance Minister: We seek to enhance the share of Nineveh in the 2020 budget

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Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Finance Minister Fuad Hussein, on Sunday, the ministry's quest to strengthen the budget of Nineveh province during the next year.
The Ministry of Finance said in a statement received by the agency (Euphrates News) that, "Hussein received in his office in Baghdad, a deputy for the province of Nineveh Ahmed Al-Jarba, and discussed during the meeting the subject of the employees of the ministries of defense and interior, who canceled their contracts and the possibility of finding appropriate solutions for the purpose of their return to service. In addition to discussing ways to address the return of owners of local police in the province of Nineveh.
He pointed out that "the Ministry of Finance is seeking to support and strengthen the share of the province in the budget next year in order to complete and complete the infrastructure projects," noting that "was touched on the file of state real estate in the province and discussed the possibility of ownership of land to the occupants."
For his part, MP Jarba "


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Parliamentary Finance: The government is determined to adopt 56 dollars to sell oil in the budget 2020

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The parliamentary Finance Committee, on Sunday, a government insistence on the adoption of the sale price of oil at $ 56 within the draft federal budget law for 2020.
Committee member Hanin Qaddo said in a statement to the information, that "the decline in global oil prices and stability of up to $ 50 will negatively affect the budget for next year," pointing out that "the government's insistence on the adoption of $ 56 as a price to sell a barrel of oil may be paid for external borrowing in If oil prices fell below $ 50. ”
He added that "the government is determined to adopt 56 dollars as a price to sell a barrel of oil within the 2020 budget to achieve employment opportunities and complete service projects," noting that "Parliament is leading a move to reduce the sale price of oil to avoid the expected deficit before the economic situation is exposed to significant risks."
The economist Latif Okaili has shown, on Saturday, that the United States increase its oil production in world markets in an attempt to reduce the price of oil to $ 50 and maintain these rates, while explaining that the increase is temporary and aimed at reducing the price of oil. Finished 25 T.


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