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    Contractors are demanding the Kurdistan regional parliament to address the crisis of shortage of fun

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    Post by Rocky Wed 14 May 2014, 8:42 am

    Contractors are demanding the Kurdistan regional parliament to address the crisis of shortage of funds



    WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 / MAY 2014 15:55 B P / P P 
      
    Twilight News / Wednesday demonstrated dozens of contractors in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in front of the parliament building to demand the province to address their financial problems of non-exchange financial grants to them by the government of the Kurdistan region due to the ongoing financial crisis between Baghdad and Erbil.
    565443.jpgThe demonstrators, who represented the Union of Kurdistan contractors banners bearing the phrase "Contractors can not afford anymore to continue their work," and "Contractors are demanding the rights of their workers."
    And without protesters on the banner again, "What does the budget projects the disputed areas of differences between Arbil and Baghdad."
    Azad said Hassan Deputy Prime Contractors Association of Kurdistan for "Twilight News": "In Zmtna work of the task and implement large-scale projects with the start of the financial crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, met with the Council of Ministers in the government of the province and we have provided them with a request to extend the period of implementation of projects and budget implementation."
    The saying that "During the meeting, they decided to extend the duration of the projects and also decided to exchange 200 billion per month for contractors with this amount, we consider that we are a little bit but we have accepted However this was not spent until now, any amounts and demand is now implemented."
    The demonstrators representing Contractors Contractors Association of Kurdistan five branches in Arbil, Sulaymaniyah, Dahuk, Kirkuk and Ckramaan.
    And complaining about the scarcity of Kurdistan in cash in its banks due not to send Baghdad to the region's share of the federal budget and stipulated Baghdad for disbursement to export 400 thousand barrels of oil per day in favor of the federal government.
    The Kurdistan Regional Government says that Baghdad imposed by the economic blockade in order to pressure it to abandon its plans to export oil.
    Kurdistan is seeking to sell its oil in the world markets through a pipeline completed last year extends from the fields in the region to the Turkish port of Ceyhan on the Mediterranean.
    But Baghdad rejects this endeavor and says it only right owner in the management of oil wealth, especially matters related to the development of oil fields or export.
    Kurdistan and stopped pumping oil for the benefit of the federal government since late 2012 because of disagreements about the benefits of foreign companies that invest in the fields in the region.
    Arbil and offered to export 100 000 barrels per day Kmpadh good faith but that this proposal did not work him so far.
     


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