[size=36]A new statement from the Minister of Finance regarding the next year's budget[/size]
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, Minister of Finance, Taif Sami, confirmed, on Tuesday, that the axes of the government curriculum include presenting the draft general budget for the year 2023, under the guidance of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani.
The ministry stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Minister Taif Sami participated, today, Tuesday, in the meetings of Article IV of the agreement establishing the International Monetary Fund held in the Jordanian capital, Amman, with the participation of the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq and representatives of the Ministry of Finance and the Federal Audit Bureau." And the Central Statistical Organization through visual communication channels.
She added, "At the outset of the meeting, Tukhir Mirzouf, head of the Fund's mission, and members of his team welcomed the Minister of Finance, offering her congratulations on assuming her duties, and wishing her success in her new mission." The extents of joint cooperation with the IMF and benefiting from modern technical assistance needed by the financial sector in Iraq," according to the statement.
According to the statement, the meeting included the Minister of Finance presenting a presentation on the mechanisms for implementing the new government curriculum, which was approved by the House of Representatives, stressing that the axes of the curriculum include presenting the draft general budget for the year 2023, in accordance with the directives of the Prime Minister.
The statement continued, "Extensive discussions have also taken place related to aspects of public expenditures and revenues achieved during 2022, which are expected until the end of this year, as well as the stages of implementation of the Food Security and Development Law for the year 2022, and real visions aimed at maximizing public revenues other than oil revenues and relevant proposals that can be discussed." Include it in the next draft budget.” Ended 29 / h