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The representative of the Al-Fatah Alliance, Karim Aliwi, confirmed today, Saturday, that the Kurdistan region's insistence on giving it 14% of the budget will meet with widespread parliamentary rejection in the dome of parliament.
Aliwi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma agency, "The region's share of the general budget for the fiscal year 2023 is subject to understandings and dialogues between Baghdad and Erbil to reach a solution before the government and Parliament decide."
He added, "The Kurdistan region is required to make several commitments with the central government in Baghdad, including oil revenues, money for border crossings, and others."
Aliwi pointed out, "The regional government's insistence on 14% of the general budget will meet with widespread rejection in the House of Representatives when voting on the current year's budget."
A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ikhlas al-Dulaimi, confirmed in her interview with the information agency that the share of the Kurdistan region in the general budget for the fiscal year 2023 was set at 12.67%. Ended / 25 s
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