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    After the talk of the "final agreement".. The differences between Baghdad and Erbil over the budget

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    Post by Rocky Thu 02 Mar 2023, 4:52 am

    After the talk of the "final agreement".. The differences between Baghdad and Erbil over the budget go back to "zero point".[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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    It seems that the differences regarding the Kurdistan region’s share of the 2023 budget have returned to zero point, despite the talk that circulated during the past hours about reaching a final agreement between the region and Baghdad regarding Kurdistan’s share of the budget at 12.67%.
    Today, Wednesday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party announced its rejection of the Kurdistan region's share in the 2023 budget, amounting to 12.67%, according to what the party's leader, Wafaa Muhammad Karim, told "Baghdad Today."
    Karim said, "There are those who want to impose a percentage of 12.67% as a share for the Kurdistan region within the budget for the year 2023, as this percentage is rejected and it is very small in relation to the population census of the region."
    And Karim stated, "The lowest percentage that we can accept as a share for the region in the budget for the year 2023 is 14%, and this comes within the population census of the Ministry of Planning, and dialogues and negotiations are continuing in order to finally settle the share of the region within the budget."
    The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Ikhlas Al-Dulaimi, said in press statements yesterday, Tuesday, that a final agreement had been reached between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government, specifying the region's share in the budget at 12.67%.
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