Member of Parliamentary Finance: A crisis of confidence between the blocs over the budget and the region's actions are unconstitutional[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Baghdad today - Baghdad
A member of the Nepalese Finance Committee, Hussein Moanis, revealed the latest details of the draft financial budget law.
Moanes said in a televised statement: "The budget has technically ended and we are waiting for the parliament session to be held," noting that "the Finance Committee held 55 sessions to discuss budget files and schedules."
He pointed out, "The parliament presidency is now responsible for determining the voting session on the budget," adding that "the political blocs imposed the maintenance of the deficit in the federal budget, while the Finance Committee imposed many amendments to the copy of the budget sent by the government."
Moanis pointed out that "the representatives of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc are the ones who brought out the budget dialogues to the media," accusing "the second deputy speaker of parliament of seeking to confuse the work of the Finance Committee."
He explained, "The amendments to Articles 13 and 14 in the budget for the Kurdistan region were voted on by the majority of the members of the Finance Committee, and the amendments were passed by the votes of the majority within the committee."
He described "the ends of the agreements of the political forces in the loose," pointing to "the crisis of confidence between the political forces forced us to put the budget in the right way."
A member of the Finance Committee confirmed that "Mosul and Kirkuk oil belong to the North Oil Company and not to the region. We also sought to do justice to the segment of employees in the Kurdistan region, and we do not have statistics for their number."
"We sought to include 10% of the compulsory savings debts for all the region's employees," Moanis continued, explaining that "the region's real problem is within it, not in Baghdad."
He promised, "The actions of the regional government are neither legal nor constitutional," noting that "the Federal Court has already condemned the actions of the regional government."
Moanes pointed out that "the International Arbitration Court in Paris issued a ruling against the region regarding the export of oil."
He stressed, "There is no rejection by the political forces of the budget amendments, and we do not have hostility with the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which is a partner in the political process."