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    The 2024 budget...was generous to the region and oppressed the southern governorates

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    The 2024 budget...was generous to the region and oppressed the southern governorates Empty The 2024 budget...was generous to the region and oppressed the southern governorates

    Post by Rocky Sat May 25, 2024 7:57 am

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    After approximately six months, the 2024 budget reached the House of Representatives, and with it came condemnations of its schedules, which as usual oppressed the southern governorates, which are the ones who bring good to Iraq and have reaped nothing from this good except misery and the incidence of cancerous diseases.
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    Although there are many problems caused by the region, and those in charge of it from the Barzani family have carried out many previous and current exits, the budget lavished it with many blessings, as if it rewarded it for these violations, while it treated the southern provinces and their people unjustly.
    The draft budget schedules for 2024 agitated political circles due to the reduction in the provinces’ shares compared to the Kurdistan region.
    The southern governorates, especially Basra, Dhi Qar and Maysan, suffer from cancer due to radiation from oil fields.

    Representative Intisar Al-Moussawi said that the 2024 budget underestimated the rights of the people of the southern governorates.
    Al-Moussawi told Al-Maalouma, “The most important principles of the budget are justice and fairness to the governorates, especially the productive governorates, and supplying them in a way that contributes to increasing their budgets, especially since they bear the consequences of oil waste that leads to the recording of thousands of cases of cancerous diseases annually.”
    He added, "We will not vote on any budget that forgets the rights of Basra and the support its oil fields represent amounting to 85% of the country's budget, stressing that the budget underestimated the rights of the southern provinces."
    She pointed out "the need to explain the reasons for reducing the budget of Basra and the rest of the governorates in the budget tables."
    Meanwhile, Maysan Council member Fatima Al-Aqabi called for an emergency session to discuss the draft 2024 budget.
    Al-Aqabi told Al-Maalouma, “Maysan is one of the oil governorates, but the 2024 draft budget schedules reduced its budget significantly compared to last year.”

     She added, "Raising the region's share at the expense of the southern governorates needs an explanation, pointing out that our governorates are the ones who support the country's economy with revenues and bear the consequences of pollution, environmental changes, and diseases."
    She called for "holding an emergency session of the Maysan Council in order to make decisions that contribute to assuming responsibility for all issues and not voting on the budget without achieving a fair and equitable principle that gives the governorates their entitlement in the 2024 budget tables."
    The reduction also affected some governorates in central Iraq, such as Diyala Governorate, which reduced its budget to approximately a quarter.
    The head of the Azm Alliance in Diyala Governorate, Raad Al-Dahli, warned of the consequences of reducing the governorate’s budget to less than a quarter.
    Al-Dahlaki said in a statement received by Al-Maalouma, “The budget schedules that were sent from the government to the House of Representatives represented a shock by reducing the governorate’s budget to 78 billion dinars after it was 432 billion dinars,” noting that “the governorate suffers from a tremendous weakness in its infrastructure, in addition to... There are areas that still need rehabilitation.”
    He added, "The previous amounts, in their entirety, were not sufficient for half of the governorate's actual need. Despite this, we did not object to them in the hope of increasing them in the current year's budget. But what happened is a setback that will make us legally and morally obligated not to vote on it within the dome of Parliament."

    He stressed, "The governorate is suffering from many crises, and there are efforts to form a new local government that represents its people. It needs a breakthrough in providing services and solving the accumulated problems in Diyala, but what we see within these allocations is a direct targeting of it and an attempt to thwart its local government before its birth."
    In addition, the budget did not include job degrees that could support young graduates in serving the country through their academic specializations.
    The Finance Committee commented on the details of job grades and their relationship to the tripartite budget voted on by the House of Representatives.
    Committee member Moin Al-Kazemi told Al-Maalouma, “The tripartite budget did not include new appointments except for degrees of deletion and replacement.”
    He added, "The tripartite budget included a clause that includes stopping appointments in ministries and state institutions based on permanent staffing, contracts, and daily wages."
    He pointed out that "the government has the authority to give room to ministries through the 2024 budget for deletion and replacement, stressing that the budget law for 2024 is devoid of any functional grades and only allows the competent minister to rely on the grades of deletion and replacement." Ended / 25 AD
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