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    The Iraqi government says that it has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdis

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    The Iraqi government says that it has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdis Empty The Iraqi government says that it has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdis

    Post by Rocky Fri 08 Sep 2023, 4:23 am

    The Iraqi government says that it has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region



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    Shafaq News/ Federal government spokesman Bassem Al-Awadi said on Friday that the government has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region, adding that the regional government did not deliver oil and non-oil revenues to Baghdad.
    Al-Awadi said in a previous post on the “X” Twitter website, “The federal government is as keen on the rights of citizens in the Kurdistan Region as it is on the rights of citizens in other governorates,” adding that “adherence to federal laws and agreements concluded, under the constitution, is the shortest path to completing transfers.” Finance and enhancing confidence.
    He also stated, "As the Federal Budget Law required its delivery, despite the regional government's lack of commitment, the federal government took a decision not to hold Iraqi citizens in the region responsible for non-compliance, and we worked as permitted by the law by taking a decision in the Council of Ministers to lend to the region until its financial problems are fundamentally resolved."
    Al-Awadi continued by saying, “The federal government has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region, and has made great efforts to provide solutions. Until the end of June, the funds owed by the region amounted to more than three times the region’s share, according to the state’s actual spending, while the regional government did not hand over oil revenues.” And non-oil.
    The day before yesterday, Wednesday, the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region called on the federal government in Baghdad to disburse the financial entitlements to the region in the amounts included in the budget tables, urging the international community to support the Kurdistan Region in obtaining its constitutional rights and financial entitlements in accordance with the constitution and the signed agreements.
    Yesterday, Thursday, the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, described the failure of the federal government in Baghdad to send financial dues to the region, in violation of constitutional agreements.
    Barzani wrote, in a blog post on the X website (formerly Twitter), that “Baghdad’s refusal to send our financial dues confirmed in the federal general budget is a violation of constitutional agreements, harms our citizens, and undermines confidence.”
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    The federal government says that it has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region

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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    Federal government spokesman Bassem Al-Awadi said on Friday that the government has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region, adding that the regional government did not deliver oil and non-oil revenues to Baghdad.
    Al-Awadi said in a previous post on the “X” Twitter website, “The federal government is as keen on the rights of citizens in the Kurdistan Region as it is on the rights of citizens in other governorates,” adding that “adherence to federal laws and agreements concluded, under the constitution, is the shortest path to completing transfers.” Finance and enhancing confidence.
    He also stated, "As the Federal Budget Law required its delivery, despite the regional government's lack of commitment, the federal government took a decision not to hold Iraqi citizens in the region responsible for non-compliance, and we worked as permitted by the law by taking a decision in the Council of Ministers to lend to the region until its financial problems are fundamentally resolved."
    Al-Awadi continued by saying, “The federal government has fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan Region, and has made great efforts to provide solutions. Until the end of June, the funds owed by the region amounted to more than three times the region’s share, according to the state’s actual spending, while the regional government did not hand over oil revenues.” And non-oil.
    The day before yesterday, Wednesday, the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region called on the federal government in Baghdad to disburse the financial entitlements to the region in the amounts included in the budget tables, urging the international community to support the Kurdistan Region in obtaining its constitutional rights and financial entitlements in accordance with the constitution and the signed agreements.
    Yesterday, Thursday, the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, described the failure of the federal government in Baghdad to send financial dues to the region, in violation of constitutional agreements.
    Barzani wrote, in a blog post on the X website (formerly Twitter), that “Baghdad’s refusal to send our financial dues confirmed in the federal general budget is a violation of constitutional agreements, harms our citizens, and undermines confidence.”



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