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    The Kurdistan Regional Government responds to Baghdad: We see no excuse for not sending salaries

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    Post by Rocky Sat 09 Sep 2023, 4:29 am

    The Kurdistan Regional Government responds to Baghdad: We see no excuse for not sending salaries

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    The Kurdistan Regional Government confirmed, this evening, Friday (September 8, 2023), that it sees no “reason or excuse” for the federal government not to send salaries to salary recipients in the region.
    The official spokesman for the Kurdistan government, Peshwa Hawrami, said in a statement, “The federal government has sent two trillion and 589 billion dinars to the Kurdistan region since the beginning of the year 2023, at a time when the Kurdistan region’s entitlements amount to 16 trillion and 489 billion dinars, that is, one trillion and 375 billion dinars per month, according to tables.” Federal Budget Law of 2023.”
    According to the budget tables, the share of the Kurdistan region, according to the government spokesman, “is 16 trillion and 498 billion dinars, equivalent to 1 trillion and 375 billion dinars per month, as 906 billion dinars of this amount were allocated to employees’ salaries monthly, but the Federal Ministry of Finance sent two trillion and 598 billion dinars.” Of this amount only since the first of January 2023, as 400 billion of this amount dates back to the 11th and 12th of the year 2022.”
    He added, "Since the first of January of the current year, the federal government has distributed the salaries of employees in the rest of Iraq's regions on time according to the budget schedules, but the actual spending measure was applied for the employees of the region, as it has not happened anywhere inside Iraq that employee salaries are distributed in the form of Loans.
    He continued; “The last amount sent to the Kurdistan region was 500 billion dinars in the form of a loan, as the federal government says that the region’s internal revenues amount to 320 billion dinars, and even if these two amounts were collected together, it would not equal the amount of one trillion and 375 billion dinars stipulated in the budget law.” As the region's monthly share.
    Regarding the oil file, a Kurdistan government spokesman said: “Since March of the current year, the export of oil to the Kurdistan region has stopped, but since June 25, 2023 of the current year, the Federal Ministry of Oil has received 85 thousand barrels on a daily basis for internal use, and the Kurdistan region was ready to deliver any quantity they requested, but the federal government, in return, did not bear responsibility.” Pay any amount to extract, produce and transport this oil.”
    Regarding non-oil revenues; He stated, “From the beginning, it was transparent, and the Iraqi Ministry of Finance reviewed and audited it, and we expressed readiness to hand over non-oil revenues in accordance with the Constitution and applicable laws, including the Federal Financial Management Law, but the Iraqi Ministry of Finance has a central interpretation of non-oil revenues, and they have always deducted more than what the region has in dues.” This is against the constitution.”
    The spokesman for the federal government, Bassem Al-Awadi, announced in a previous statement today, Friday, that the federal government had fully implemented its financial obligations towards the Kurdistan region, but the funds owed by the region amounted to more than three times the region’s share, according to the state’s actual spending, indicating that “the regional government Oil and non-oil revenues were not delivered as required by the budget law.”
    Al-Awadi promised, “Adherence to federal laws and agreements concluded under the Constitution is the shortest path to completing financial transfers and enhancing confidence,” he said.
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