Parliamentary economy calls for the formation of a committee of the Ministries of Finance and Planning and the World Bank to monitor the monthly revenue
Member of Parliament for a coalition of state law Jawad al-Bolani
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad:
The head of the Commission on Economy and Investment parliamentary Jawad al-Bolani, Saturday, to form a higher committee of the Council of Ministers and the Parliament and the Ministries of Finance and Planning and the Central Bank to monitor oil revenues every month and presented to the House of Representatives.
Bolani said for "tomorrow's Press," Our Committee "proposals submitted to the government requires the consolidation of customs fees at all border crossings, because the justice of the most important features that must be achieved by the budget,
" noting that "the Committee of Economy has formed a committee to study the issue of savings to be currency difficult. "
"We have asked that the border crossing points in Kurdistan contribute to the state budget and not just oil exported from the region, because the federal government paid the salaries of staff and the Peshmerga and they must contribute to the budget of the federal state, so we asked to have us Nzakm unified customs."
Bolani said that "the Legislative Council is trying to take advantage of the quotient of understanding between Baghdad and Erbil to solve many of the problems", suggesting that "the formation of a committee of the Council of Ministers Ministries of Finance
and Planning and the Central Bank to control Iraq's oil revenues and other monthly and accurately and to inform Parliament on them, so that the House of Representatives of the Department of control the affairs of state institutions. "
The Council of Ministers approved in its regular, in 23 of the current December, the budget bill and sent it to Parliament for formal approval, pointing out that the budget approved B123 trillion dinars and a price of $ 60 per barrel of oil and a large deficit.
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