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    Budget 2023: A deputy for Barzani's party reveals the expected share of the Kurdistan regionproposal

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    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Feb 2023, 7:24 am

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    Baghdad today - Kurdistan
    Today  , Wednesday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party estimated the share of the Kurdistan Region within the draft financial budget law for the year 2023 between 14-15 percent.
    The party's representative, Jay Taymur, told (Baghdad Today) that "there is almost unanimity on the proportion of the Kurdistan region in the current year's budget," pointing out that "the agreement needs final touches to be resolved."
    The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party confirmed that "negotiations will take place during the next few days, and the proportion of the Kurdistan region within the budget will be between (14%) to (15%)." 
    Taymur added, "The Kurdish delegation will discuss Article (140) of the Iraqi constitution, the rights of the Peshmerga, and other outstanding problems with the federal government." 
    A Kurdish delegation representing the Kurdistan Regional Government visited, last Sunday, the capital, Baghdad, to negotiate outstanding issues between the two parties.
    The source told (Baghdad Today) that "the delegation consists of the Minister of Finance and Economy in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Awat Janab Nuri, in his capacity as head of the delegation, as well as the acting Minister of Electricity and Natural Resources, Kamal Muhammad."
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