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A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, reassured today, Wednesday, that there will be no crisis in the payment of salaries, despite the delay in approving the financial budget for the year 2023.
Cougar said, in an interview reported by the reporter (Iraqi Media News Agency / INA), that “no one knows anything about the draft budget or the reasons for its delay, as it is still with the government and has not been presented to the Council of Ministers, and this continuous postponement will force the country to proceed according to the exchange rule.” 1/12".
He added, “Even with sending it at the beginning of next year, the legal and constitutional timings, as well as the accuracy of this budget and the large number of numbers and projects, will require discussions and two readings, with hosting and meetings with the advanced staff in the ministries, and this will inevitably require more than a month at least.”
And he continued, “According to the legal contexts, there will not be a crisis, but rather we will go to apply the principles of disbursement for the last approved budget, which is the 2021 budget, and the contractors and workers who have been confirmed.” In the food security law will have a legal cover with which the government can provide allocation, so there will not be a salary crisis.” ".
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