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Parliamentary Finance: The government spent borrowing money illegally

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Post by rocky on Tue 06 Oct 2020, 6:44 am


Parliamentary Finance: The government spent borrowing money illegally

14:42 - 10/06/2020



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The Parliamentary Finance Committee accused, on Tuesday, the government of illegally spending the internal and external borrowing funds.
A member of the committee, Abdul Hadi Al-Saadawi, said in a statement to / information /, that "the borrowing law that was voted on within the House of Representatives was sufficient to pay the salaries of employees in all ministries until the end of this year," noting that "the Finance Committee is not concerned with the issue of salaries because it is from The exclusive powers of the government. ”
"The government has spent borrowing money outside of salaries in illegal ways, and it is the one who bears its responsibility," he added.
Yesterday, Monday, the MP for the Alliance of Iraqis, Star Al-Jabri, revealed that a government team affiliated with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi had fanned the streets and included employees of the demonstrators by delaying the payment of salaries to form an emergency government. 25 T.
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