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    Parliamentary expectations for the end of the Kurdistan budget crisis in tomorrow’s session

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    Post by Rocky Sat Sep 16, 2023 8:24 am

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    Representative from the Democratic Party, Mahma Khalil, confirmed on Saturday that the crisis between the region and the center regarding the budget has ended after a series of negotiations between the two parties, indicating that the Council of Ministers will issue several directives regarding resolving the crisis during tomorrow’s session.
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     Khalil said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, “The Kurdistan delegation expressed a serious desire to resolve the crises in accordance with the constitution, and it offered quick solutions, specifically implementing all the agreed-upon provisions.”
     He added, "Ending crises requires decisions by the Council of Ministers and Parliament. Everyone must submit to the constitution and political agreements as well as the government program."
     Khalil pointed out that "there is a sincere intention and desire on the part of the center and the region to resolve the outstanding issues, while we expect the Council of Ministers to vote during tomorrow's session, Sunday, on important decisions that are in the interest of the country."
    The Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Planning Committee, MP Muhammad Al-Baldawi, had revealed in a previous statement to “Al-Ma’louma” the details of the demands of the regional government delegation headed by the Prime Minister of the Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, indicating that Barzani demanded a reformulation of the special paragraphs in the budget. End 25
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