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    In numbers... budget tables paralyze investment allocations to governorates

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    In numbers... budget tables paralyze investment allocations to governorates Empty In numbers... budget tables paralyze investment allocations to governorates

    Post by Rocky Fri 17 May 2024, 4:55 am

    In numbers... budget tables paralyze investment allocations to governorates
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    Today, Friday (May 17, 2024), economic expert Nabil Al-Marsoumi revealed the size of the investment amounts received by the governorates during the first quarter of 2024.
    Al-Marsoumi wrote in a post on the social networking site “Facebook”, which was followed by “Baghdad Today”, that “the investment amounts received by the governorates during the first quarter of 2024 were distributed between Basra Governorate at 144 billion dinars, Nineveh at 134.8 billion dinars, and Baghdad at 154.5 billion dinars.” .
    Al-Marsoumi added, “While Dhi Qar Governorate received 102.4 billion dinars, Diyala 7.9 billion dinars, and Babylon 52.6 billion dinars,” pointing out that “Anbar received 58 billion dinars, Maysan 81.8 billion dinars, and Wasit 52.9 billion dinars, and Najaf’s share was 43.8 billion dinars.” dinars, Diwaniyah 63.3 billion dinars, Muthanna 43.9 billion dinars, and Karbala 52.8 billion dinars.”
    He continued, "While the governorates of Salah al-Din and Kirkuk did not receive any amounts," stressing that "the total amount of amounts distributed was 992.7 billion dinars out of 6 trillion dinars, which are allocations for the development of the regions and petrodollars."
    Al-Marsoumi explained, “The governorates have received only 16.5% of the investment allocations due to them and included in the currently suspended tripartite budget due to the delay in the schedules arriving from the government to Parliament,” stressing that “it is one of the most important reasons for the delay and delay in implementing projects in the governorates.”
    A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Mustafa Al-Karawi, confirmed on Wednesday (May 15, 2024) that the Council of Ministers will vote to approve the financial budget schedules for the year 2024 in its special session scheduled for next Sunday.
    Al-Karaawi said in a televised statement, followed by “Baghdad Al-Youm,” “The Council of Ministers will vote next Sunday on the budget schedules so that they quickly reach the House of Representatives.”
    He warned that "projects may slow down if financial liquidity is not secured for them and must be secured through budget schedules," stressing that "proceeding with a budget with a high deficit is a financial risk."
    Al-Karaawi also stressed, “The 2024 budget schedules must be studied carefully and government agencies must be hosted,” noting that “the House of Representatives has the authority to transfer and reduce spending in the schedules and reduce the percentage of the deficit in them.”
    He stressed, "We will try to resolve the schedules file during the end of the current legislative term, which has been extended for one month so that the government can proceed with the projects," adding, "We are determined to resolve this file in order to give the government full freedom to implement its urban and investment program and plans."
    It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani directed, in the Council of Ministers session last Tuesday, to hold an extraordinary session of the Council next Sunday, to discuss the federal budget schedules for the year 2024.
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