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Deputy: Linking the salary disbursement to the passage of the borrowing law to evade responsibility

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Post by rocky on Fri 23 Oct 2020, 8:31 am

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On Friday, a member of Parliament, Sabah Al-Taloubi Al-Aqili, said that linking salary payments to passing the borrowing law is an attempt to pressure Parliament to pass the law and evade responsibility.


Al-Oqaili said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, "Connecting the government to pay salaries by passing the House of Representatives to the borrowing law is an attempt to pressure the government on Parliament to pass the law, and it is an attempt to throw the ball into the court of Parliament and evade responsibility and failure to manage this file and find alternative resources for loans." ", Indicating that" the Iraqi people have become fully aware of this method, and it means very well that the one concerned in managing the financial file is the government and not the House of Representatives, given that Parliament is a supervisory and not an executive legislative authority. "







Al-Aqili added, "The House of Representatives will pass the borrowing law, despite the many observations on it, as it will constitute an additional burden and debts for future generations, and thus it will pass, but not in the way it was sent by the government, as the numbers in the law will be reviewed and the necessary sums related to salaries will be preserved." And only basic expenses. "

He continued, "Within our personal vision, we believe that the prime minister needs to reconsider the personality facing the Ministry of Finance file, considering that he was not at the level of the crisis and maximizing the resources, and the ministries did not have any ministerial plan within the government program."

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