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    Amelioration of the parliamentarians cost the state 41 billion dinars

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    Post by Rocky Wed 02 Jul 2014, 7:17 am

    Amelioration of the parliamentarians cost the state 41 billion dinars 


    BAGHDAD / Ibrahim Ibrahim 


    Criticized Economists waste of public money through the decisions and was described as "unrealistic" aims to improve the lives of the members of the House of Representatives winners membership, while calling for the number of deputies to build economic institutions administered through laws take into account the side of the citizen more than interest administrator who enjoys the privileges of not consistent with the reality of the country bad, as he described.

    The head of the Iraqi Nation Party Mithal al-Alusi said in an interview to the "long" that "the Iraqi state to grant full confidence figures take to build the constitutional institutions operating in accordance with a sound democratic system and are not out to enrich at the expense of the ordinary citizen."

    The member of the Civic Democratic Alliance said that "the ordinary citizen is different on how the funds used by the MP or minister or other special grades, but is seen to the extent of compliance which requires him to build a state of institutions, professional and national not subject to the extortion charge."
    Alusi explained that "the financial grants and privileges of personal Congress can not build a real state of its citizens enjoyed a great deal of freedom and economic well-being and therefore not to be on them in the near future."
    He said the "new House of Representatives has a real opportunity to prove its existence by working on legislation economic laws mainly serve the people without focusing on their own interests and partisan."
    He pointed out that "the new deputy has the right to provide all the necessary supplies for his work, but according to the equation of minutes based on the extent of the tender, which was produced to enjoy his or her financial and social privileges General."
    For his part, member of the Parliamentary Commission of Economy Salman al-Moussawi, for the rule of law in an interview for the "long", "The money awarded by the former House of Representatives for its members were in the form of loans and the interest rate paid by salary deducted from the member throughout the four years."
    He added that "the amount of $ 50 000 was given as a loan to buy a car or more as what it needs every deputy Add to the amount of 3,000,000 million dinars titled rent allowance."
    He said al-Moussawi said "the previous parliamentary session suffered its members from the weight of interest of 8% impact on the car loan so most of the House of Representatives rejected by forcing many people to use their cars in the personal mobility between the provinces."
    He said the "process of allocating residence in the Green Zone, each new deputy need to re-consider a comprehensive due to bypass some of the legal limit installed in the contract and that leads to excesses can not be controlled except in accordance with the application of the law is clear and explicit does not distinguish between the deputy and another."
    He said al-Moussawi said that "the Department of Finance in the House of Representatives are responsible for all the privileges granted to the deputies as prescribed by the Council of the laws of this."
    Meanwhile, member of the Parliamentary Commission of Economy Mahma Khalil from the Kurdistan Alliance, in an interview with the "long" that "Iraq is a rich country economically allowing members of parliament enjoy some privileges material and which are necessary in the current situation." He added that "the grant include the purchase of a car by giving each MP an amount not exceeding the U.S. $ 50 000 non-refundable according to the annual budget of the House of Representatives."
    Khalil said that "the House of Representatives is considered the most important for the entire state institutions because of the composition of each other joints, including the government, therefore securing the economic side of the deputies elected."
    He said the "law of the general budget of the country's budget included the House of Representatives, which contains legal provisions which define the rights and duties of each deputy not inconsistent with the country's economic policy." Khalil said that "the parliament is not much different in terms of financial allocations for the Supreme Judicial Council and its members enjoy privileges which are classified in the form of financial grants to help its members to arrange their lives living vocabulary help them to avoid the need for the material."
    In turn, the economic expert Majid picture in an interview for the "long" that "wasted money through decisions is vested by law prescribed and given to officials of the legislative corruption in itself." "The grant is to give each deputy amount of 125 million Iraqi dinars under the title of improving living standards, including the amount for the purchase of an armored car."
    Suri explained that "the grant amount in question is non-refundable taken from the general budget of the country and away from the budget for the House of Representatives, which contains large amounts are not commensurate with the legislative effort of the previous sessions."
    He said the "process of distribution of income does not apply properly between citizens and evidenced by the vast differences between the income of the ordinary citizen and his counterpart in the House of Representatives despite the legal status enjoyed by the result of his election by the people."
    He stressed that the picture "of large financial donations received by the House of Representatives are incompatible with the reality of the poor, which reached their percentage to 18% and two million hungry at the level of MAP-stricken homeland in the simplest of economic and social rights."
    He pointed to "the need for the distribution of grant funds in accordance with the luxury of the deputies Kt_khasasa fruitful economic vision for the ministries of service to create investment projects to attract labor or support small and medium enterprises, or give it fair to citizens."
    He pointed out that "the Iraqi Council of Representatives enjoys the privileges and financial Vogue does not get it deputies representing the oldest democracies in the councils of the world at large."


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