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    Gains of 100 years are threatened with loss in Kurdistan within two years of federal decisions

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    Gains of 100 years are threatened with loss in Kurdistan within two years of federal decisions Empty Gains of 100 years are threatened with loss in Kurdistan within two years of federal decisions

    Post by Rocky Sat 24 Feb 2024, 6:50 am

    Gains of 100 years are threatened with loss in Kurdistan within two years of federal decisions
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    Today, Saturday (February 24, 2024), member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Muhammad Amer Al-Dershoi, commented on the losses that have befallen the Kurdistan region as a result of the numerous decisions taken by the Federal Court two years ago.
    Al-Dershoi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “what Kurdistan has gained in 100 years as a result of the sacrifices and blood of the martyrs, it will not accept losing in two years.”
    He added, "The recent decisions of the Federal Court appear to be in the interest of the people of Kurdistan, but their essence is an undermining of the region's constitutional entity and an attempt to reduce powers."
    He pointed out that "the Federal Court made itself an executive authority and intervened in decisions and how to disburse salaries and through any bank. Also, legislating laws related to elections is within the powers of parliaments, whether the Federal Parliament or the Parliament of the regions."
    He stated that "the people of Kurdistan will never accept to lose what they have gained over 100 years with politically influential decisions issued against the region within two years, no matter what the cost, and despite the threats facing Kurdistan since 2014, the region has overcome them and remained steadfast."
    On Wednesday (February 21, 2024), the Federal Supreme Court ordered the government in Baghdad to pay the salaries of Kurdistan Region employees directly, without sending them to the authorities of the autonomous region, in light of a delay in delivering part of the salaries over a period of months.
    The decision of the Federal Supreme Court, the highest judicial authority in Iraq, comes following a lawsuit filed by lawyers and employees from Sulaymaniyah, the second largest city in the Kurdistan region, where teachers have been on strike and demonstrating for weeks as a result of not receiving their dues for the last three months of the year 2023.
    This comes as the federal government agreed in September to release additional sums to the Kurdistan region to pay the salaries of its employees, to be paid in three installments, each worth 700 billion dinars (about 530 million dollars).
    In the ruling, the president of the court, Jassim Al-Amiri, obliged “the localization of the salaries” of all employees of the region in all ministries and public institutions, as well as retirees and beneficiaries of social welfare, “at federal government banks operating outside the region.”
    He explained that these payments are “deducted from the region’s share specified in accordance with the budget law for this year and for the coming years,” pointing out that “all parties concerned with this new mechanism must” implement” the decision “without referring” to the region’s authorities.
    The decision also requires Erbil to “hand over all oil and non-oil revenues to the federal government,” also imposing an audit of the data on those revenues.
    The Kurdistan region had independent sources of financing for years, coming from its oil exports. But since March 2023, those exports have been halted as a result of the decision of an arbitration panel at the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris that ruled in favor of Iraq in its dispute with Turkey over oil exports from Kurdistan.
    Following this decision, the region’s oil sales should pass through the federal government in Baghdad, in exchange for a percentage in the federal budget allocated to the Kurdistan region. 
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