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    The regional government opens Article 140 with a “worrying” report...and reveals its revenues sent to Baghdad

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    Today, Wednesday (May 29, 2024), the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Regional Government discussed the report on the areas covered by Article 140 of the Constitution that are disputed with Baghdad.
    A statement by the regional government, received by “Baghdad Today”, stated that “the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held its weekly meeting today, Wednesday, headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, and in the presence of the Council’s Vice President, Qubad Talabani.”
    The first paragraph of the meeting’s agenda, according to the statement, included “hosting the head of the Kurdistan Regions Authority outside the region’s administration, Fahmi Burhan, who presented a detailed report on the authority’s work and activities, and the current situation in the Kurdistan regions outside the region’s administration. He also proposed a draft road map for these regions at the institutional level.” The federal government, including the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives, in light of Article 140 of the Constitution, will work to determine the fate of these areas and return them to the Kurdistan Region.”
    The report touched on "the current and immediate measures aimed at normalizing the current administrative, security and military conditions in these regions, and resolving and preventing the rejected Arabization policy measures, which requires, above all, a single vision and a unified national position of all Kurdish forces and parties."
    In the context of the report, the Chairman of the Commission addressed the overall harsh and difficult conditions and unconstitutional practices that the Kurdistan regions are suffering from, which is represented by the continuation of the Arabization policy, the seizure of agricultural lands, and the expulsion of Kurdish citizens from the land of their fathers and grandfathers, in addition to many other violations to which their indigenous residents are exposed. .
    The Prime Minister of the Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, on behalf of the Council, praised the efforts of the Chairman of the Commission and his work team in preparing this detailed and information-rich report, which accurately explained the disturbing facts facing these regions.
    Barzani also expressed his sincere appreciation for the steadfastness of these regions, the patience of their citizens, and their firm Kurdish national positions. He also reiterated that the Kurdistan Region will not give up these regions under any circumstances, and demands that all problems and violations be resolved and that negative conditions there be addressed in accordance with the constitution.
    After that, Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani praised the efforts of the Chairman of the Commission and his colleagues, and expressed his support for presenting a road map and a national Kurdish policy for those regions, stressing the serious work at the level of the region’s institutions and the federal government to bear responsibility for implementing Article 140 of the Constitution, with the need to immediately stop all steps. The measures currently taken in those areas do not serve the spirit of community coexistence.
    The region's Council of Ministers called for "normalizing the situation in the Kurdistan regions, ending the military situation imposed on them, and all violations and attacks to which the citizens of these regions are exposed, and working to resolve the existing problems and disputes within the framework of the constitution, and in particular through constitutional Article 140."
    The Council of Ministers also formed a high-level ministerial committee to study the draft road map for the Kurdistan regions outside the region’s administration, and to develop an implementation plan for the road map and the land issue, which is one of the government’s priorities, and was a major demand of the liberation movement of the people of Kurdistan, and it is our duty to move forward in defending these regions, This issue should never be ignored due to the policy of distracting the region and preoccupying it with other issues.
    The second paragraph of the meeting’s agenda included presenting a report on the tables attached to the Federal General Budget Law for the fiscal years 2024-2025, which were approved by the Federal Council of Ministers in its extraordinary meeting held on 5/19/2024, after the meeting of the Kurdistan Regional Government delegation with the Ministerial Committee. The federal government concerned with the allocations for the Kurdistan region in these tables. 
    The report was presented by Minister of Finance and Economy Awat Sheikh Janab and members of the negotiating delegation.
    The Kurdistan Council of Ministers praised the region's delegation for conducting the necessary final review of the special schedules with the aim of securing the salaries of litigants, and at the same time called on members of the Kurdistan blocs in the House of Representatives to unify their voices in defense of the region's rights and entitlements in the federal general budget schedules for the fiscal years 2024 and 2025. 
    The Council of Ministers also directed the negotiating delegation of the regional government to coordinate with the Kurdistan representatives in the Federal House of Representatives to protect the interests, constitutional rights, and entitlements of salary recipients, especially since the Kurdistan Region fulfilled all its obligations. In the last step taken on 5/26/2024, the Ministry of Finance and Economy deposited 85 billion for the Kurdistan Region. And 199 million and 634 thousand dinars in cash in the account of the Federal Ministry of Finance as the Federal Treasury’s share of the non-oil revenues achieved in the region for the month of February 2024, in addition to serious work to facilitate the process of localizing the region’s salaries by the Trade Bank of Iraq (TBI), a federal government bank, and it was sent The necessary data and information for a number of salary recipients were sent to the aforementioned bank to open bank accounts for them. Audit reports on the payrolls of Asayish and Peshmerga members were also completed and sent to the federal government, as they have not received their salaries for more than 50 days.
    The Prime Minister stressed the need for all ministries to continue coordination with the Federal Ministry of Finance to ensure the disbursement of the region’s salaries. The list of salary recipients and the trial balance of the region’s revenues and expenditures must be sent to the federal government in a timely manner and without any negligence. In return, the federal government must fulfill its constitutional responsibility by sending a share. Region from the budget, in a way that reassures salary recipients in the region.
    In the third paragraph of the meeting’s agenda, the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Kwestan Muhammad, presented a report to the ministry regarding strengthening the Small Enterprise Support Fund for Youth, and providing additional facilities, as this fund provides financial support to small and medium enterprises within the framework of the (Izdihar) project, which is a joint project between the two sectors. Public and private to provide soft loans to entrepreneurs.
    The Council of Ministers decided to exempt 20% of the total unrecoverable loans to citizens who benefited from small loans in previous years, with the necessary decision taken after verification in the cases of beneficiaries whose projects did not achieve success, for reasons beyond their control.
    At the conclusion of the meeting, the Minister of Construction and Housing, Dana Abdul Karim, presented a report in which he addressed the condition of the main roads between the cities of the Kurdistan region, and the impact of the movement of tankers and cargo trucks, especially the road linking Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
    In light of this, the Council of Ministers directed the Ministry of Construction and Housing, in coordination with the Presidency of the Cabinet Office, the Council Secretariat, the Ministry of Finance and Economy, and other concerned parties, to review this issue from the legal aspects, road project contracts, mechanisms, and procedures followed to accelerate the completion of two-lane road projects linking major cities, in particular Between Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
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