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Parliamentary committee: 4 trillion has been allocated for the development of regions in the budget

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Post by rocky Tue Mar 23, 2021 6:16 am

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Alnoor News / Baghdad
The Regions and Governorates Committee that is not organized in a region in the House of Representatives announced today, Monday, that four trillion allocations for developing regions are in the budget.
Committee member Mahmoud Al-Kaabi said in an interview carried by the Iraqi News Agency, "There has been an increase in the allocations for the development of regions from two trillion to four trillion, and the amounts of petrodollars have also increased from 500 billion to a trillion, as well as allocations of border crossings and international organizations."
Al-Kaabi added, "Some governorates have taken particularity in terms of allocations, including Dhi Qar because of their situation, where a fund has been allocated to them by about 300 billion, in addition to allocations for the development of regions and others," noting that "the fund for the reconstruction of liberated areas has also been increased."
He continued that "most of the governorates allocations are for continuous projects, at a rate of 70% to complete their completion, while the remaining allocations are for new projects."
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announced that the regions and governorates that are not organized in a region in the House of Representatives announced today, Monday, that four trillion allocations for the development of regions are in the budget.
A member of the committee, Mahmoud Al-Kaabi, said in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "there has been an increase in the allocations for the development of regions from two trillion to four trillion, and the amounts of petrodollars also increased from 500 billion to a trillion, and there are also allocations of border crossings and international organizations."
Al-Kaabi added, "Some governorates have taken particularities in terms of allocations, including Dhi Qar because of their situation, where a fund has been allocated to them by about 300 billion, in addition to allocations for the development of regions and others," noting that "the fund for the reconstruction of liberated areas has also been increased."
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