[size=36]Criticizing the mechanism of wealth distribution .. Deputy: We will not allow the region to be spoiled at the expense of the center and the south[/size]
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, MP for the Al-Fateh Alliance, Hassan Salem, on Tuesday criticized the wealth distribution mechanism in the 2021 budget, indicating that the time for courtesies is over and that it will not allow Kurdistan to be spoiled at the expense of the center and the south.
Salem said a statement received by (Mawazine News) a copy of it, that it is "injustice, injustice and lack of justice in the distribution of wealth to give Kurdistan 11 trillion dinars compared to 1 trillion for Basra, which has more than 4 million people and is the source of Iraq's economy through oil revenues."
"The time for courtesies is over, and Kurdistan will not be allowed to be spoiled at the expense of the center and the south," the Al-Fateh deputy added.
He pointed out that "Basra outlets feed the state budget, while the region takes the revenues of exported oil and outlets that it controls. He did not give the federal state a single dinar, nor did it pay off its debts to the government."
Salem called on members of the House of Representatives to “seek a fair distribution of wealth and take the governorates' dues, and not deliver Kurdistan its financial dues except after fulfilling its obligations from exporting oil through SOMO and within the revenue of 460,000 barrels, paying the debts of the Iraqi Commercial Bank, handing over the revenues of the ports, etc. and allowing the Board of Financial Supervision. By scrutinizing the region’s employees. ”
He pointed out that“ all honorable people must observe the constitution by achieving justice in the distribution of wealth among Iraqis, because it is unreasonable for Kurdistan to take 10 times what Basra and the rest of the other provinces take. ”Ended 29 / P4