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Parliamentary Finance issues a statement regarding linking employee salaries to the borrowing law

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Parliamentary Finance issues a statement regarding linking employee salaries to the borrowing law Empty Parliamentary Finance issues a statement regarding linking employee salaries to the borrowing law

Post by rocky on Sun 04 Oct 2020, 10:04 am

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[size=18]On Sunday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee issued a statement regarding linking employees' salaries to the borrowing law, while the committee indicated that the government was trying to throw the ball in front of the parliament and embarrassed it.


The committee said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, "While we have long waited for the government and the Ministry of Finance to implement the provisions of the domestic and foreign borrowing law approved by Parliament on 6-24 of this year, which set 60 days for submitting the economic and financial reform plan, we were surprised by a draft borrowing law. Another, as if the ministry’s job is to borrow only, and if it continues, Iraq will declare its bankruptcy within six months from now, and here we ask what next? And is this the solution in your opinion ?? And what if oil prices decreased more than they are now ??

She added, "Unfortunately, we see that the government is trying to throw the ball in front of the House of Representatives and choosing it between approving a loan that will soon lead to the destruction of the country, whose consequences will be borne by generations, and between statements trying to pressure us to export," There are no salaries without the parliament's approval of that borrowing to embarrass the parliament and Shuffling the cards, "

she continued," and here we would like to assure all of our people that the issue of salaries is not the responsibility of the legislative authority, and it is a purely governmental duty and one of the core of its obligations to its people, and that any attempt to throw the ball at the House of Representatives is to disavow that responsibility and obligations The government must do it. "
 

The Minister of Finance announced, on the evening of hibernation, that the distribution of employees' salaries would be linked to the approval of the borrowing law by the House of Representatives.
 
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Post by Screwball on Mon 05 Oct 2020, 4:13 am

Wasn’t there a link between borrowing law and new rate of some sort?

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