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    Retroactively... filing a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance over the 2023 budget

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    Retroactively... filing a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance over the 2023 budget Empty Retroactively... filing a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance over the 2023 budget

    Post by Rocky Fri 14 Jun 2024, 4:38 am

    Retroactively... filing a lawsuit against the Ministry of Finance over the 2023 budget

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    Baghdad today - Maysan
    Maysan Council member Hussein Al-Maryani confirmed today, Thursday (June 13, 2024), that a lawsuit had been filed against the Ministry of Finance due to an article in the 2023 Budget Law.
    Al-Maryani said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “Article (2/First/5/B) of Budget Law No. (13) of 2023, which stipulates (when the selling price of one barrel of crude oil increases over the price fixed in the Budget Law) 30% of the increase in the price difference will be allocated to pay the late dues to the governorates.)
    He added, “The price of a barrel of oil in the budget was $70, but the government sold oil at around $79, meaning there is an increase of up to $9 for each barrel, and the law is clear in its text about allocating 30% of the increase to pay the provinces’ dues.”
    He pointed out that "30% of the provinces' dues, including Maysan, were not paid, which prompted us to file a lawsuit in the Federal Court against the Ministry of Finance for violating the text of the above-mentioned article to recover our rights."
    The government set the price of a barrel of oil in the 2023 budget at $70, but it sold it for around $80, a price that was also fixed in the current year’s 2024 budget.
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