[size=36]Parliamentary Finance: The emergency support will provide funds to improve services in the central and southern governorates[/size]
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The Parliamentary Finance Committee set, on Sunday, the date for the second reading of the proposal for the emergency support law for food security and development, before voting on it, and while it indicated the most prominent sectors that the law will support, it revealed the inclusion of allocations for governorate projects that are the highest of their kind and sums to improve services in the center and south .
A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed al-Jubouri, said in a television interview, which was followed by "Mawazine News", that "the House of Representatives will begin next Wednesday the second reading of the proposed emergency support law for food security and development, and it is likely to vote on it in the week following the completion of the second reading."
He added, "The committee will work in the coming days to set specific numbers for the exchange doors in the law, the most important sectors that will be guaranteed in the law and indispensable, the ration card file, and support the agricultural sector by paying farmers' dues and marketing wheat as well as the electricity file and supporting the poor classes."
Al-Jubouri stressed that "in the event the law is legislated, the provinces will receive funds for projects, and the initial version of emergency support has been allocated from 9-10 trillion dinars for this section, and this volume of support occurs for the first time in the history of the Iraqi state, and is the largest of its kind in budgets."
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And about the government's position on the legislation of the proposed law, al-Jubouri stressed that "the government agreed in principle to pass it, and officials will be hosted whenever there is a need for that."
Regarding the size of the total amount of the emergency support law, he explained that “the total amount was initially set at (30) trillion dinars, and the discussion is continuing about the possibility of reducing it to 25 trillion,” noting that “the statement of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Chairman Hassan al-Kaabi to add 500 billion dinars within the law to the Municipality of Baghdad is accurate.” Because the emergency support has been allocated 9 trillion to the governorates, and Baghdad is the largest governorate in terms of population, and the total volume allocated to it will be one trillion and 200 million dinars, and the money will go to developing the capital’s neighborhoods.
Al-Jubouri pointed out that
Last Thursday, the House of Representatives completed the first reading of the proposed emergency support law for food security and development. Ended 29/R77