[size=36]Parliamentary Finance determines in numbers the amounts of the emergency support law and the beneficiary ministries[/size]
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A member of the committee, MP Mustafa Sanad, said that "the law changed from ratios in the government version to ministries and governorates to tables of funds allocated to each ministry and governorate," noting that "the law established 25 trillion dinars and excluded 10 trillion that represent internal and external loans."
He pointed out that "the funds were distributed to each of the ministries: electricity is more than 3 trillion dinars to pay off debts, and trade is 8 trillion dinars, and it was distributed in numbers, as the law reached its final stages."
He explained, "The Ministry of Commerce is the largest beneficiary in the law, followed by the Ministry of Electricity in the second place, then the Ministries of Agriculture and Oil and the provinces for the development of the regions," noting that "8 trillion were allocated to the provinces for the development of the regions to be distributed to 15 provinces, in addition to last year's request 4 Trillions to be 12 trillion, and the remaining 13 trillion will be distributed to the ministries.
He continued, "The obstacle in passing the law was the political aspect, considering that the Finance Committee was incomplete, and there was a third who was not present, which was represented by the coordinating framework, the independents and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan," stressing that "when the committee's quorum was completed, things changed towards the positive."
Yesterday, Wednesday, the Media Department of the House of Representatives announced the postponement of the voting session on the Emergency Support Law for Food Security and Development until next Saturday, while deputies confirmed the existence of a positive atmosphere for its passage.