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The 2021 budget will arrive in Parliament tomorrow … and reassurance about January salaries

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The 2021 budget will arrive in Parliament tomorrow … and reassurance about January salaries Empty The 2021 budget will arrive in Parliament tomorrow … and reassurance about January salaries

Post by chouchou on Tue 29 Dec 2020, 3:23 am

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Shafaq News / Cabinet spokesman Hassan Nazim confirmed, on Monday, that the 2021 budget will be sent tomorrow to the House of Representatives, reassuring employees that next month’s salaries will not be late for their disbursement dates even if the budget is approved, while indicating the continuation of negotiations with the Kurdistan Region regarding Financial belongings.

Nazem said in an interview with the government-owned Al-Iraqiya TV, followed by Shafaq News, that “the 2021 budget will be sent tomorrow, Tuesday, to the House of Representatives, and even if its approval is delayed, the salaries for the month of January will not be late, as the government will depend on spending it according to the 1 / budget.” 12 “.

He pointed out that “the budget was built on a reform vision to protect vulnerable groups through the ration card,” noting that the dollar exchange rate against the dinar is currently fluctuating, but it will eventually stabilize, and the government is insisting on this exchange rate because it activates the private sector.

Nazem stressed that “the decision to raise the dollar exchange rate categorically was proven by the government after a long discussion with leaders of political blocs and all the details of the budget.”

He explained that “the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, held a meeting today with the authorities and institutions concerned with the file of early elections, and the Independent High Electoral Commission presented what it needs for the success of the electoral process.”

Nazem added that “the meeting provided communication between the election commission and the concerned authorities, such as security ministries,” noting that “the government secured the funds and requirements for the elections, and the outcomes of the meeting emphasized the need to protect the electoral process and the mechanisms to confront the escaped weapon.”

On the issue of fugitive weapons, the cabinet spokesman said that “the mechanism for ending the fugitive weapon is done by political action and not by confrontation,” pointing out that “the popular crowd has disavowed the bearers of the fugitive weapons and there is widespread political and popular condemnation.”

With regard to the differences between Baghdad and Erbil, he stressed that “the Kurdistan Region agreed to the formulation of the borrowing law, and now there is a discussion about the amount to be paid and it is continuing until now.”



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