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Parliament ... two options, the darkest of which are bitter

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Post by rocky Wed 24 Mar 2021, 2:37 pm

[size=24][size=24]Parliament ... two options, the darkest of which are bitter[/size]
 
[size=16]Wednesday 24 March 2021[/size]
 
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[size=16]Baghdad: Abdulrahman Ibrahim [/size][/size]
 
[size=16]The House of Representatives awaits a decisive session, next Saturday, to vote on the federal budget bill for 2021 after it was postponed for a full week to discuss all the items, amid fears of mounting popular anger if not passed, due to differences that might push the political blocs to resort to the majority.[/size]

[size=16]It is hoped that the Kurdistan Regional Government delegation will return to Baghdad to discuss the fundamental disagreement one day before the budget vote, and in the event of an understanding, according to what was stated by Member of the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region, Othman Karim, “This visit will be crucial to fixing the region’s share and there are good signs for reaching an agreement, especially The region is fully committed to delivering 250 thousand barrels of oil, and half of the proceeds from the border crossings.
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[size=16]Most of the House of Representatives seeks to pass the budget without resorting to the choice of the majority in voting, and the Kurds boycott the session, as happened in the past.
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[size=16]The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mithaq Al-Hamidi, warned of "the anger of the street" in the event that the vote is postponed, calling on the political forces to speed up reaching an agreement that is satisfactory to all, and by contrast, they must go to the majority vote.
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[size=16]Al-Hamidi said: “The delay and the delay increased the citizen’s anger against the political forces,” describing the passage of a third of the year without voting as “shameful” and there is no such thing in any country in the world.
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[size=16][size=19][size=19]In the opinion of MP for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Hassan Ali, that the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil over the budget is not complicated and can be resolved in hours, indicating that the negotiations will end before next Saturday.
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[size=16]Ali said in a press statement that [size=19][size=19]"the Kurdish government delegation has reached great understandings with Baghdad on the budget, and what remains are sudden additions that have disrupted the negotiations."
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[size=19][size=19]The differences are summed up in three issues: The first is the desire of the Kurds to deliver oil annually rather than monthly, and the second is the financial allocations for “political prisoners covered by transitional justice laws,” and the third is the exchange rate of the dollar and returning it to 1190 dinars.
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