A member of the parliamentary energy: the country to the brink of bankruptcy and must raise the prices of petroleum products [audio][/ltr]
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Said the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary member Jamal Panthers, said that "the country to the brink of bankruptcy as a result of the financial crisis and low oil prices."
Said Panthers told all of Iraq [where], that "raise prices [prices of oil products, in advance of crises something quite out of the question, for example, Norway, one of the most important oil-producing countries and oil prices before this crisis, and now the highest prices in the world, which is on the list of the highest state prices oil. "
He added that "the state needs to sources, as well as the need to rationalize consumption," noting that "one of the most important ways to rationalize consumption is to raise prices."
Panthers and pointed out that "the government needs to move towards this path, the oil states most began these practices and even Venezuela declared a state of emergency, because fully dependent on oil the state," pointing out that "the first in Iraq to go to this path because it is going through a great war and has cities full [under the control of Daash and dilapidated oil sector and the humanitarian situation deteriorating ".
He explained that "privatization and rationalization and the fight against corruption and to allow foreign investment and raise prices and the tightening of the border areas, and follow-up file taxes and customs, all of this should be practiced by the government."
He pointed out that "the government and the parliament and the people still live atmosphere when oil prices were high around $ percent."
He said "please people who are infected with heavy disease such as cancer doctor may not be satisfactory to the patient but to exercise his mission as a physician country is on the brink of collapse and bankruptcy and the transition to a failed state, and satisfy the citizen should be by peaceful means and not a failed political Bmzaadat".
It is noteworthy that, oil prices witnessed over the past week, a remarkable collapse which recorded the lowest level over the past 12 years since I arrived last Friday to $ 25 a barrel for the OPEC basket of crudes and less than $ 30 for Brent.
The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, confirmed last Friday, the government continues to search for sources of funding out of the economic crisis, including internal and external borrowing and taxation and activating the customs tariff and selling bonds, international and internal subscription and implementation of projects on credit.
A spokesman for the Office Saad al-Hadithi's [where], "The government has drawn up plans in the budget of 2016 approved by the Parliament is to search for sources of financing be helping and assisting the oil sources," noting that "the adoption of the budget on oil sources this stage is no longer feasible."
Sabri said that "there are other options carried out by the Iraqi government through a bond offering, or IPO, or even an internal sale of international bonds and the implementation of some projects on credit payment system according to the specific percentages do not conflict with Iraq's economic future," .anthy 2
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