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    Parliamentary Finance: We are putting pressure on the government to approve a new fair salary scale

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    Economy News - Baghdad
     
    The head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, confirmed today, Monday, that the committee seeks to resolve the salary scale law before the end of the current year, while stating that Iraq annually pays more than 10 trillion dinars in interest on loans.
    Al-Atwani said, “All parliamentary committees have their importance, but the role of the Finance Committee is important and is classified within the first classification. It works in two political and technical directions and has a major role in legislating laws that come from the government, and one of its most important laws is the General Budget Law.”
    He pointed out that “Parliament was keen for the government to succeed in its work, after the blockages witnessed in the political process and to avoid failure,” noting that “the budget schedules for the current year were very late, and during a meeting with the Minister of Finance, she confirmed that she was awaiting approval of the schedules to launch funding for projects in the various governorates.” ".
    Al-Atwani explained, "The delay in the schedules has created major problems. We will host the governors next week, and we expect that the budget schedules will be voted on next week after they arrive from the government to Parliament."
    He pointed out that "the government is keen to achieve justice in the salary scale due to the presence of large differences in the salaries of employees, but the philosophy of amending the salary scale is to reduce the differences between the salaries of employees and reduce the ceiling of the differences," noting that "the Finance Committee supports amending the salary scale and we are pressuring the government to Changing the salary scale and reducing disparities.”
    Al-Atwani stated that “the situation cannot remain as it is with regard to the salary scale, and the government is obligated to change it, reduce disparities, and not create a class among employees,” explaining that “the Finance Committee wants to meet everyone’s requests, and we do not want to legislate for everyone who does not get his right to demonstrate and against it.” The government seeks to fulfill employee requirements without pretending.”
    He revealed that "the salary scale will be adopted by the committee due to its great importance. We hope that it will be decided before the end of this year because the law affects the life of the citizen and we do not want it to be used during the upcoming elections next year as a file for electoral promotion."
    Al-Atwani pointed out that "the government has appointed more than a million employees on staff, which has burdened the state budget, and salaries constitute the majority of the general budget, which raises concern due to the large expenditure on the operational budget at the expense of investment."
    He explained that "the government is not obligated to open appointments to government staff due to the presence of inflation and stagnation in government departments. The government is obligated to stimulate the private sector, pay attention to it and support it through important legislation and laws that raise the reality of the private sector in the country," indicating that "the projects that must be “Entrusted to the private sector must not be completed projects, but rather projects created and managed by the private sector.”
    Al-Atwani stated, “Iraq needs a culture that the private sector is a partner to the government in work and provides a service in exchange for interest, and that the partnership is in capital, implementation, and management,” and activating the role of the private sector, whoever seeks it is accused of trying to privatize the government sector and sell it to the private sector.
    He pointed out that "the amount of 130 trillion dinars for the operating budget preoccupies the government and parliament with the management of the state. We should not rely on wars in the world and the high price of oil in the budgets, but we must focus on how to develop and develop non-oil revenues," stressing "the importance of developing the automation system." And the electronic system that reduces corruption and grows 50% of the country’s non-oil imports.”
    Al-Atwani stated, "Iraq's debts are large, and we pay between 10 and 12 trillion in interest on these loans. We asked the government to reveal to us the amount of money that Iraq owes. We also requested that borrowing be done only for productive projects that can repay the capital and the interest resulting from it."
    He explained, "The budget deficit this year will exceed last year, and we expect that after the large projects that are being implemented," noting that "the deficit will exceed 65 trillion dinars, but the projects being implemented are important, and therefore the government must be supported to implement important projects and increase non-oil imports."
    Regarding the 2020 lecturers, Al-Atwani confirmed that “the Finance Committee asked the Ministry of Finance to confirm them and have them be within the budget of the Ministry of Education and its allocations because this segment provided free service for long periods. Therefore, we must not forget that for them, and therefore confirming them must be a priority because their lump sum salary is not comparable to the salary.” The government is obligated to appoint all employees, and we will follow up on their appointment file.”
    Regarding financial liquidity at the Central Bank, Al-Atwani stressed that “money management, the policy of managing state funds, and the financial system are still outdated and therefore require a shift to digital money management,” stressing that “the existing currency and cash liquidity are sufficient and there are no fears in this regard, and Finance has made that clear.” However, Finance is suffering from a delay in the final accounts of all ministries for each month, and in general there is no problem with the financial and liquidity issues,” adding, “If public revenues remain 90% for oil, we will remain uncomfortable until achieving non-oil revenues that can cover the operating budget and the continuation of oil imports to implement investment projects.” ".
    He pointed out that "the state does not receive imports from the sales of the Central Bank in addition to the many customs exemptions on goods. Therefore, we need a tax system, expanding the tax base and managing it significantly, and reducing the tax on the citizen so that he does not evade paying the tax," stressing that "more than 10 trillion "It is the state's loss of tax exemptions."
    Al-Atwani explained, “The American sanctions on private banks are subject to two political and technical issues, and with regard to the Central Bank, it has provided everything required of it to the American Treasury, and whoever was punished for old violations during the time of the previous government, the sales were open, and there is no platform that regulates the process of selling the dollar, and this proves this.” The sanctions on banks are political par excellence, and during the Prime Minister’s trip to America in the coming period, the issue will be raised during the visit because private banks are under pressure from the US Treasury, correspondent banks and the auditing company designated by the US Treasury,” stressing that “punishing 14 banks is illogical because the money they It came out of the banks and passed through the auditing company set up by the treasury, and this is a kind of pressure on the government.”
    Al-Atwani pointed out that “we have conveyed a message to the treasury through the Central Bank that if this policy continues, Iraq will deal in currencies other than the dollar,” noting that “Al-Sudani must convey the idea of ​​Iraq’s rejection of slow death by controlling the financial work in Iraq, and therefore the House of Representatives He will be obligated to legislate a law requiring the government to use other currencies for the Iraqi economy.”
    Regarding the dollar exchange rate, Al-Atwani confirmed that “the reduction in the price of the dollar will continue in accordance with the government decision that approved the exchange of the dollar at a limit of 1,300 dinars to the dollar,” explaining that “the exchange rate will continue to decline according to current data.”
    Al-Atwani concluded, "The economic situation requires expansion and not isolation in one place, and Iraq is awaiting an invitation to join the BRICS economic group."




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