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    Ministry of Planning: The governorates have 5.8 trillion dinars remaining from the Food Security Law

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    [size=52]Ministry of Planning: The governorates have 5.8 trillion dinars remaining from the Food Security Law[/size]

    [size=45]The Ministry of Planning announced that there are remaining amounts from the Food Security Law of about 5.8 trillion dinars deposited in trust with the governorates.[/size]
    [size=45]The spokesman for the Ministry of Planning, Abdul Zahra Al-Hindawi, said yesterday, Monday (May 27, 2024), that there may be differences in the numbers with regard to financial allocations, “considering that there are high spending requirements, perhaps in some sections, that is, in the consumer and operational aspects such as social protection and requirements.” Health, the funding the health sector requires, the electricity sector and what it needs, and the ration card and the financial allocations it needs.”[/size]
    [size=45]He added, “These requirements are basic, and the government is certainly keen to provide financial allocations for these requirements because they are related to people’s lives on a daily basis.”[/size]
    [size=45]Regarding the investment aspects, he pointed out that “the existing numbers are not small. If we talk about the regional development program, what has been allocated in the 2024 budget tables is 3.1 trillion dinars for the 15 governorates. It seems that the amount is less than what was allocated last year, but going back to last year 2023, there are amounts It was not spent within the budget allocated last year within the Regional Development Program.” The remaining numbers within the Regional Development Program for the year 2023 are, according to Abdul Zahra Al-Hindawi, “7 trillion, meaning 6.9 trillion Iraqis, remaining within the Regional Development Program last year, and they exist as deposits registered with the Ministry of Finance, and they are deposits available to local governments in the governorates to benefit from in their annual program.” “.[/size]
    [size=45]He added: “There are also remaining amounts from the Food Security Law, meaning about 5.8 trillion dinars. These are also deposited in trust with the governorates, in addition to 3.1 trillion dinars in allocations from the regional development budget for this year 2024, meaning that we are talking about no less than 16 trillion dinars available to local governments.” In the governorates this year. According to him, there are also allocations to various funds, which are 5 funds (the reconstruction of Dhi Qar - the fund to support the poorest areas - the fund to support the affected areas - and the fund for the reconstruction of Sinjar and the Nineveh Plain). These allocations are from last year, and this year also amount to about 2 trillion dinars.[/size]
    [size=45]He continued, saying, “All the amounts remaining from previous years are restricted as deposits either with the Ministry of Finance, or with the governorates themselves, and these are numbers of approximately 13 trillion dinars remaining from last year. In total, 3 are added to this year, meaning the total is 16 trillion dinars. These are all available.” “For local governments to benefit from it to finance their projects.”[/size]
    [size=45]In addition to what was mentioned, “what is generated from the border ports, there is a percentage of 50% of the revenues of the border ports that are allocated to the governorates that have a border port, and most of the governorates have ports, whether an airport or a land or sea port,” according to Al-Hindawi. Al-Hindawi mentioned that there are also investment allocations to the ministries, “perhaps 38 trillion investment allocations allocated to the ministries, and all of these will certainly be spent on projects implemented in the governorates, that is, the available amount may exceed 40 trillion dinars in front of the investment side within the budget, so a number of this size is sufficient to represent a boost.” Strong investment projects, taking into account the executive capabilities of the governorates in various forms of these capabilities, whether linked to the companies implementing the projects or related to the procedures for implementing the projects.”[/size]
    [size=45]The budget in general, as a general budget, according to him, “its ceiling is 211 trillion dinars, the region’s share, which is 14%. As for what has been allocated in terms of the investment aspect and the development of the regions, it is about 4.8 trillion dinars, including 2.7 trillion for licensing rounds, and this spending and disbursement is conditional on exporting the region’s oil through SOMO.” Oil imports are delivered to the Federal Ministry of Finance, and what remains of the investment side of the region is approximately half of this number or less.”[/size]
    [size=45]He noted that, “If the export of oil from the Kurdistan region remains stopped, the matter will remain suspended until this file is resolved. The cessation of oil export came by a decision from the Federal Court, but efforts are being made by Baghdad and Erbil to resolve this file.” Regarding the date of conducting the experimental census, Al-Hindawi said: “It will start next Friday (May 31, 2024), and will last about 14 days, including all governorates of Iraq, including the Kurdistan region, and the head of the Statistics Authority is in the Kurdistan region for the purpose of following up on the region’s preparations regarding the experimental census.”[/size]
    [size=45]As for the general population census, it will be carried out on (November 20, 2024), and preparations are continuing, and about 400 billion Iraqi dinars have been allocated for it, and contracts have been signed with specialized international companies. According to Al-Hindawi.[/size]
    [size=45]A spokesman for the Ministry of Planning confirmed that “work is underway to complete the data center and communications center, as well as to manufacture the devices, and we have delivered the first shipment of devices that we will use in implementing the experimental census, and we will receive the entire 130,000 tablet devices at the end of next July, in addition to 130 One thousand enumerators will carry out the census after their training during the summer vacation, and in the seventh and eighth months the process of packing, counting, and numbering homes, buildings, and families will begin throughout Iraq.”[/size]
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