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Al-Kazemi: Continuous meetings with Parliament to correct errors in the borrowing law

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Al-Kazemi: Continuous meetings with Parliament to correct errors in the borrowing law Empty Al-Kazemi: Continuous meetings with Parliament to correct errors in the borrowing law

Post by chouchou on Wed 25 Nov 2020, 7:57 am

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, revealed meetings between the government and parliament “to correct errors in the law on financing the fiscal deficit {borrowing}.”

Al-Kazemi said during a cabinet session, today, Tuesday, “We have problems in the borrowing law and it involves some errors, and we have continuous meetings with Parliament to address them.”

“Investing is a priority for us, and the government is keen to facilitate all procedures for investors,” he added.

Al-Kazemi called on “the ministers to pay great attention to investment projects, to provide job opportunities, reconstruction and revitalize all vital sectors.”

“We have been working to maximize state revenues since the beginning of the formation of the government, which must be matched by providing better services to citizens,” he said.

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