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Parliament sends Al-Kazemi’s government a reform paper for the financial crisis

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On Saturday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee sent the Iraqi government a reform paper for the financial crisis, warning of dangerous future repercussions on the country’s economy, unity and sovereignty .

A statement by the House of Representatives stated, “The Parliamentary Finance Committee sent a letter to the Council of Ministers demanding the necessity of implementing the terms of the” white paper “and specifying the necessary timings for implementation and the institutions responsible for this so that performance can be monitored and evaluated. And which included urgent reform measures for the financial crisis that Iraq is going through . ”

The Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Muthanna Abdul Samad Al-Samarrai, affirmed that “the proposals sent by the Finance Committee to the Council of Ministers include urgent solutions to the financial crisis and give the government a real opportunity to remedy its repercussions or mitigate them at the very least .”

He pointed out that “the Finance Committee sent a letter to the government demanding the necessity of implementing the recommendations of the white paper presented by the Ministries of Finance and Planning, given that most of these recommendations fall within the jurisdiction and powers of the executive authority, and that the committee emphasized the necessity of determining the necessary timings and institutions responsible for implementing the recommendations in order for Parliament to monitor Performance and its evaluation .

Al-Samarrai explained that, “The Financial Committee works in a team spirit and hopes that this will be reflected in its joint work with the government to overcome the crisis the country is going through with the least possible damage to its economy, especially since continuing borrowing will have serious future repercussions, not only on the country’s economy but also on Its unity and sovereignty, and it gives the international monetary institutions the opportunity to control our economic situation in general. ”

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