Tuesday, 30 March 2021 10:00 PM[/size]
Baghdad / National News Center
Al-Fateh Alliance, today, Tuesday, is subject to two basic conditions to participate in the session of passing the federal budget for tomorrow, Wednesday.
Al-Fateh coalition spokesman Ahmed Al-Asadi said in a statement followed by the National News Center that Al-Fateh "does not accept bartering the issue of the crowd in the budget, and we will not enter the voting session if the paragraph of the crowd is violated."
He added that "all political forces have a presence in the popular crowd," adding that "those who object to the loans are basically Al-Fatah."
He pointed out that "Al-Fateh and other forces announced their support for new projects, and additional loans that could be covered from the surplus oil price."
Pointing out that they "refuse to shackle Iraq with foreign loans, and that the Kurds and Sunnis did not object to the loans."
Regarding the return of those whose contracts had been canceled, Al-Asadi said that they are "based on a parliamentary decision, and that 79,000 affiliates from whose contracts had been canceled have returned to defense."
Noting that "the members of the security services returned, except for the crowd, and that the sovereign guarantees for the completion of electricity projects."
Al-Asadi called for "offering investment opportunities to several international companies."
Pointing out that there are "19 thousand megawatts, of which only 10,000 people reach",
Pointing to the waste of "100 billion dollars due to the extinction of projects."
He stated that "Siemens and others want financial guarantees from their countries."