Deputy: The government should not tolerate negotiations with the Kurdish delegation
09:23 - 04/29/2020
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deputy of the Al-Fatah coalition, Hassan Salem, warned on Wednesday the federal government against complacency and compromising the rights and wealth of the Iraqi people during negotiations with the upcoming Kurdish delegation.
"Where were these delegations when the government was asking the region to hand over the sales of oil produced in the region, which was approved by the federal budget for the year 2019 and the years before and after it," Salem asked in a statement.
Salem called on the government negotiating delegation to put conditions on the region’s delegation, including: the return of the amount of the four billion dollars for the Iraqi Trade Bank, the region’s branch, confiscated by the region’s government, as well as the delivery of oil sales produced in the region, which was approved by the federal budget, and the delivery of federal non-oil revenues represented by customs, taxes, and ports, as well as Return the sums of the three months spent this year, as they spent in contradiction to the Financial Management Law, as well as the sums of debt incurred by the region, amounting to 128 billion, as proven in the investigation of the Integrity Commission.
And he called "not to accept the receipt of 250 thousand barrels at the present time, whose prices have decreased and no longer have a financial value in exchange for the federal government to borrow to pay the salaries of the region, and this is not unjust or an injustice to the Kurdish people, who were and still are a victim of the provincial authority's seizure of their wealth", considering that " What is promoted by some of them cut off the livelihoods of employees in the region, but is a cover for corruption and the looting of these riches. Ended / 25