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    As he continues to demand money from Baghdad, the region's oil revenues exceed one billion dollars

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    As he continues to demand money from Baghdad, the region's oil revenues exceed one billion dollars Empty As he continues to demand money from Baghdad, the region's oil revenues exceed one billion dollars

    Post by Rocky Sat 28 Jan 2023, 2:39 pm

    As he continues to demand money from Baghdad, the region's oil revenues exceed one billion dollars
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    Baghdad today - Erbil
    A member of the Parliament of the Kurdistan region, Muslim Abdullah, revealed today, Saturday, the financial revenues of the regional government achieved from the sale of oil and other revenues.
    Abdullah told (Baghdad Today) that "only the announced oil revenues are around one billion and 100 million dollars, in addition to the revenues of the border crossings, for which there are no accurate figures."
    He added, "The region pays the salaries of employees, the Peshmerga, and social welfare monthly, at around 895 billion dinars only," noting that "this does not mean that the government does not need the federal government's money, but it will take the decision of the Federal Court to delay the salaries of employees in Kurdistan."
    Yesterday, the representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, which is affiliated with the coordination framework, Mahdi Taqi, considered that the Sudanese Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a, had become obligated to implement the Federal Court’s decision to stop sending money to the Kurdistan region, and while he confirmed that he was not responsible for filing this lawsuit, he emphasized working to reach a constitutional solution with The region within the State Administration Alliance.
    Taqi said, in a press statement followed by "Baghdad Today," that "the Coordination Framework forces have nothing to do with filing this lawsuit before the Federal Court regarding stopping the sending of funds on a monthly basis to the region by the federal government," noting that "the framework forces are keen to resolve all issues." Problems between Erbil and Baghdad according to dialogues and constitutional frameworks.
    Taqi stressed that "the decisions issued by the Federal Supreme Court are respected as they are binding on implementation for all parties and authorities and cannot be violated, and that preventing money from being sent to the region until after the oil is delivered will be binding on the Sudanese government and this cannot be violated at all."
    The representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance stressed the keenness of the coordination framework forces on the stability and strength of the State Administration Coalition and not to create any problems that might impede the work of the Sudanese government, stressing that "there will be a movement to open channels of dialogue and negotiation to find constitutional and legal solutions regarding the issue of sending money and resolving this crisis."
    For his part, the representative of the State Administration Alliance, Ali al-Mashkoor, considered that not sending money to the region and "starving the employees there" is difficult, and a solution of some kind must be found to ensure the continuation of sending money to the region after the recent Federal Court decision.
    Al-Mashkoor said to (Baghdad Today): “Although the court’s decision is binding, but not giving sums to the region may widen the gap between the center and the region, and this is what will contribute to delaying the passing of the budget. Therefore, we call on the region to sit at the dialogue table to agree on a middle formula that includes sending financial payments as salaries.” As well as sending the region for its oil to be exported through SOMO.
    And al-Mashkoor, who is the deputy head of the Parliamentary Oil, Gas and Natural Resources Committee, stated that “solving the problem of oil delivery is not difficult, and therefore the intransigence in not approving the delivery of oil will make it difficult to solve problems, and this is what we do not wish for, and therefore we are pushing the federal government to give the region’s employees their dues in the form of payments because it is the government’s duty Federalism is concerned with the citizens of the region, as they are Iraqi citizens.
    The Kurds hope to resolve the outstanding problems with Baghdad, especially after they put several conditions on the "coordinating framework" alliance, in return for accepting to vote on the Sudanese government, which the "framework" promised to solve.
    The outstanding files between Baghdad and Erbil are among the most prominent problems faced by successive Iraqi governments, and among the most important of those files that need dialogue and common understandings are the salaries of the employees of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, security coordination in the disputed areas, and agreement on a mechanism for exporting oil from the fields of the region.
    Last Wednesday, the Federal Supreme Court issued a decision annulling all government decisions related to transferring funds to the Kurdistan region. And her decision stipulated that “the ruling is that the decisions issued by the Council of Ministers in the years 2021 and 2022 are invalid” regarding the transfer of funds to the Kurdistan region, adding that “the ruling is final and binding on all authorities.”
    The current government, headed by Al-Sudani, decided to follow the same approach as the previous government, and sent the sum of 200 billion dinars (about 138 million dollars) per month to the Kurdistan region, and issued a decision in the middle of this month to send 400 billion dinars for two months' dues. After the Federal Court's decision, the government will stop sending any monthly payments during the coming period.
    The decision of the Federal Court came with the imminent arrival of a new delegation from the regional government to Baghdad to complete the discussions on the outstanding files between the two parties. The head of the regional government, Masrour Barzani, visited Baghdad last week, accompanied by a high-level delegation from his government, and discussed with Iraqi officials the differences and outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad.
    This was preceded by discussions that Barzani held in Baghdad, last November, with Al-Sudani and other Iraqi leaders and political parties regarding the outstanding issues between the region and Baghdad and border control.
    The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Masoud Barzani, denounced the Supreme Court's decision, considering it a "violation of rights and principles." In a statement posted on his official Facebook account, Barzani considered that preventing money from being sent to the region is a "flagrant violation of rights and principles." He said, "The entitlements of the Kurdistan region are a legitimate right," adding that it is "part of the program that was agreed upon."
    Barzani described the Supreme Court's decision as "against the Kurdistan region, against the political process, and against the Iraqi government and the program of the State Administration Coalition itself." Barzani called on "the Iraqi government and the constituent parties of the State Administration Coalition to show their positions towards these violations and the opposition positions adopted by the Federal Court against the interests of Iraq and the Kurdistan region."
    On the other hand, a member of Parliament for the New Generation Movement, Sarwa Abdel Wahed, expressed her "surprise" at the responses of the Kurdistan Region authorities, accusing the Federal Court of being "politicised."
    Abdel Wahed said in a tweet seen by "Baghdad Today": "I am surprised by the reactions of the power parties in the region about the Federal Court's decision and accusing it of being 'politicised', as if the judiciary in the region is not partisan."
    And she explained that "the members of the Judicial Council are 8 from the Democratic Party and 7 from the National Union," adding that "the money you take does not enter the citizen's pocket, and your crying is on your pockets, so wipe your crocodile tears," as she put it.
    And last Thursday, the economist, Nabil Al-Marsoumi, revealed the share of the Kurdistan region from the 2023 budget, indicating that the latter will produce oil at a rate of 400,000 barrels per day.
    Al-Marsawi said in a post he posted on Facebook, followed by (Baghdad Today), that "the 2023 budget will include the region's commitment to oil production at a rate of 400,000 barrels per day, but in practice it will deliver to Baghdad only the value of 150,000 barrels per day, after excluding the quantities needed to cover production, transportation, operation, domestic consumption and petro costs." dollar".
    He continued, "After that, Kurdistan will receive its share in the budget, which has risen to 14 percent."
    It is noteworthy that the 2023 budget caused a new crisis between the Iraqi federal government and the Kurdistan region, with its approval approaching, as it has become a point of contention, in light of Kurdish delegations heading towards Baghdad, which adheres to the constitution to resolve these differences, while the region hopes that political understandings and consensus will result in returning its share. to 17 percent in the new year's budget due to the population density in the region. 
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