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    An extensive talk by the Prime Minister on the tripartite budget, the dollar and the fight against corruption
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, announced the government's seriousness in "fighting corruption and holding the corrupt accountable," noting that he "expects a continued decline in the exchange rate of the dollar."
    Al-Sudani said, in an interview with a number of media outlets, that: "The credibility of the current government in holding the corrupt accountable under any pretext, and the government will hold accountable any person involved in stealing public money."
    He added, "Refunds are not a novelty, but rather a law, and we move in accordance with legal contexts, and Iraq has agreements on refunds," noting that "all countries of the world are not flattering in the issue of combating corruption."
    He pointed out that "Resolution 186 regarding bribery was the prominent feature of the previous Bureau Order No. (29), which is a negative indicator in dealing with corruption," stressing that "there are no red lines on any corruption file."
    Al-Sudani promised, "Tracking money is the best way to reach the corrupt," adding, "We invited citizens to find out the people whose money has inflated," noting that "money recovery is the best way to combat corruption."
    He revealed, "The investigations are close to being completed in the cases attributed to those involved in torturing those arrested on corruption charges, and the results will be announced."
    Regarding the financial budget file, the Prime Minister said: "The origin of the tripartite budget came in accordance with Financial Management Law No. 6 of 2019, and every year we reach the eleventh month, the ministries are paralyzed due to the lack of a budget."
    He pointed out that "the political, economic and societal situation in Iraq needs a medium-term budget," noting that "the first year in the tripartite budget is obligatory, and the second and third years are indicative."
    And he believed that "every year the state loses 6 months due to the lack of a budget. The tripartite budget guarantees financial stability and is a positive message to the private sector that includes a vision and all our priorities are included in it."
    Al-Sudani noted, "Most of the projects put forward in the budget include the electricity, hospitals, and health sectors, in addition to services," explaining that "there are 3 activities in the budget to combat poverty, which are expanding coverage, improving the ration card items, and granting cash subsidies to pupils and students from the children covered by social protection."
    And he continued, "The budget also includes a fund to support the poorest regions, according to the indicators of the Ministry of Labor, and it is not possible to rely only on oil revenues only, and our revenues must be improved," revealing that gas and electricity are imported annually by 10 trillion dinars.
    He believed that "the operational budget in the tripartite budget is a result, not a decision taken."
    Regarding the dollar, Al-Sudani expected a continuous decline in the exchange rate against the dinar.
    He expressed his "great confidence in the Iraqi dinar," noting that "the exchange rates of the dollar are heading towards stability and will reach the official price soon."
    Al-Sudani attributed "the prices remaining high due to the monopoly and greed of some merchants," pointing out that "the Kurdistan region was the main outlet for the exit of the dollar."
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