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The Kurdistan Region delegation begins last-hour negotiations in Baghdad

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Post by rocky Sun 14 Mar 2021, 7:17 am

  The Kurdistan Region delegation begins last-hour negotiations in Baghdad

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Member of Parliament, Representative Riad Al-Masoudi, confirmed, on Sunday, the arrival of the delegation of the regional government negotiating the budget to Baghdad this morning, indicating that the delegation will conduct negotiations in the last hours before the start of the voting session on the draft budget law tomorrow, Monday.
Al-Masoudi said in a press interview, that "the Kurdish delegation arrived in Baghdad to conduct recent negotiations with government and parliamentary parties to agree on the final formula for the region's entitlement to the budget."
He added that “the negotiations of the region’s delegation will continue today and until tomorrow morning, before the start of the voting session on the draft budget law in tomorrow’s session, Monday, after the Speaker of Parliament approved the proposal of more than 150 deputies to include it on the agenda of Monday’s session,” indicating that “the delegation cannot procrastinate.

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