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    Al-Nouri: Most of the Central Bank’s decisions are political and do not have an economic content

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    Today, Thursday, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, MP Muhammad Al-Nouri, considered that most of the Central Bank’s decisions are political and do not have an economic content, while pointing out that parliamentary finance is absent and partisan.

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    Al-Nouri said during his speech on the program (Openly), broadcast by Al-Sumaria TV, that “the Central Bank’s decisions are political and do not aim for a real economic content, and they deal capriciously with the banks,” indicating that “the Central Bank does not witness stability except by meeting the needs of smugglers and its procedures are (papers). ).



    He continued, "The Central Bank's procedures are unreal and it detailed instructions for a specific group of banks," noting that "the National Bank achieved a qualitative leap between 2019-2023 from 9 billion to 137 and these profits are from selling the dollar because it controls 30% of the total dollar amounts." The local government, as well as the inflated invoices through which the price of imported goods is calculated at several times their real price, and these files were transferred to the Prime Minister and no measures have been taken regarding them so far.”

    He pointed out that "the delay in disbursing the budget bothered the Prime Minister in two aspects. The first is the proximity of the elections and the lack of political use of the funds. The second is that there is not enough dinars to pay these dues because we have a block of dinars missing," explaining that "the 2023 budget deficit exceeded 75 trillion after it was 64 trillion." Before the dollar issue.

    He pointed out that "the current government is paper-based and all projects are from the Food Security Law. There is no project that has been implemented from the 2023 budget, and there is no complete control over it. It is dispersed and does not aim to produce anything that serves the citizen."

    Al-Nouri added, "The Parliamentary Finance Committee is absent and is partisan. We asked to host many figures, but the head of the committee does not implement it. He circulated an order that we should not be provided with any information except through him. The parties and quotas control the smallest joints of the state and are in control and benefiting from this situation."

    Regarding the elections, Al-Nouri stressed that “due to the proximity of the elections, it is possible that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] will witness some escalation and skirmishes, but it will not reach an armed clash,” noting that “the [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/133517/%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AA%D9%8A%D8%A7%D8%B1 %D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B5%D8%AF%D8%B1%D9%8A/ar/]Sadrist movement[/url] is boycotting the elections to a very large extent and is urging its followers to boycott. This is a respectable point of view, and we hope that it will not reach more.” This includes the fact that all their previous activities were peaceful, and we may witness demonstrations to stop the election process.”

    Regarding extending the work of the Election Commission, a member of the Finance Committee said, “The decision is completely legal and the signatures of more than 50 representatives were collected before the Council was officially informed of Al-Halbousi’s dismissal,” explaining that “the government is working to hold these elections and is not prepared to take risks or risk postponing them.” Also, regional and international opinion, which in some way influences the government, is pushing towards its establishment because the Iraqi government is not alone in its decision, and it does not have the ability or courage to make such a decision.”

    He stressed that "foreign and neighboring countries are the ones who have the decision to decide on the issue of postponing the elections," adding that "the slackness occurring in the legislative and executive institutions has opened a greater door to corruption, and the provincial councils were very populated in numbers, and now the corruption rings have been reduced."

    He continued, "Conflicts between governors and provincial councils will return, but with varying goals, and we need a real constitutional treatment of the entire state system, and this measure can be achieved through participating political forces and influential international forces," noting that "a group of countries controls the Iraqi decision and all economic aspects." "Political, security, and many political parties are affiliated with countries other than [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]."

    Regarding the issue of managing the positions of the agency, Al-Nouri stressed that “it will not be decided in the near future, given that the current government is reactive, not real, nor an actual decision-maker, and is slow in certain aspects and hesitant in most decisions, including the dollar and international intervention, and this file is subject to the Prime Minister, and if it is reached in authenticity.” There will be another obstacle, which is other political agreements, since the shares are completely distributed among the parties in power.”

    He concluded by saying, “Parliament did not vote on these positions on an original basis, but it requested that there be a specific period to end this file, but the government did not comply due to the lack of a real decision within it, fear of the political blocs, and love of positions.”

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