[size=30]Parliamentary Finance: We look at the budget, its materials and items in a technical format, away from politics[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
A member of the committee, Saad Awad al-Tobi, said in a press statement followed by NRT Arabia, that "the committee did not encounter any difficulties in the financial budget in terms of its items and paragraphs, up to the transfer stage," pointing out that "the committee added items that maximize state revenues and support and protect the local product." .
Al-Tobi added, "The controversial articles are only articles (12, 13, and 14) that concern the Kurdistan region," stressing that "the Finance Committee looks at the budget and its materials and clauses technically away from politics. As for the Discussions between political parties and parties, they are separate from the committee and its work. .
He pointed out that "the committee added some technical touches to the budget that preserves the country's wealth in the first place, and legalizes the relationship between Baghdad and the region," stressing that "the committee works to create a state of settlement and justice in The distribution of wealth between the governorates in the center, south, west and north.
Al-Tobi explained, "The committee relied on the decision of the Federal Court, the decision of the Paris Club, and general principles, in preserving the country's wealth, among which are three points represented in the export of oil from Kurdistan through the Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), and the opening of a bank account with the Central Bank of Iraq.” It is subject to the oversight of the Office of Financial Supervision and authorizes the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance to disburse to the head of the regional government, as well as to preserve public money by specifying 5 years to pay off the indebtedness of loans granted to the region instead of 7 years.
And he continued, "The committee will create a state of balance between the western, northern, and southern governorates when it reaches the transfer, especially the central governorates (Muthanna, Diwaniyah, and Babil) because they are very affected, and their allocations to He approves the distribution according to the percentages of the Ministry of Planning in calculating the proportion of the population, and for example, the Ministry of Planning statistics. In Al-Muthanna Governorate, he refers to 700 thousand people, while the reality is represented by about one million citizens in it, and therefore the committee will work to create a state of settlement and raise the allocations of these governorates with additional amounts.
And Al-Toubi stated, "The budget has nothing left of it except for the transfer and spending sections, for example the Popular Mobilization Authority and the Martyrs Foundation need financial allocation," stressing that "the transfer is ready to be classified."
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]