Parliamentary Economy: Cabinet discusses the sale of property, State Lands[/ltr]
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He explained to the economic and investment commission in Parliament member Ahmed Kanani, The Council of Ministers discussed Wednesday during a meeting with representatives from the Parliament sale of property state and territory in order to maximize the resources due to the financial crisis experienced by the country.
Said Kanani, told all of Iraq [where], that the meeting, which was held last Wednesday, with the "Council of Ministers in the presence of three deputies representatives of the House of Representatives, as represented I Economic Committee, and deputy Nazim al-Saadi Chairman of the Parliamentary Services, and Deputy Jabbar al-Abadi for the Finance Committee, and provided during which many proposals and ideas and visions for the Advancement of economic reality. "
He explained that, which put forward at the meeting "to look at the collection of state funds, and to maximize the resources of the state of the property, real estate and land, through the sale and lease," noting that "the more visions I went to sell it."
"There are more than 20 proposal and 20 to see most of them are in the advancement of the Iraqi economy," adding that he "will be held frequent mini-committee meetings during these days in order to take some of the proposals, and after her studies are submitted to the Council of Ministers to be executed."
"The meeting was with economists and financial experts and Central Bank Governor [on the Keywords] and ministers," adding that he "will be taking proposals and visions and ideas and choose some paragraphs for the purpose of their application."
The Kanani, said last Wednesday that "the Council of Ministers Tbanna to attend the meeting today, with a view to finding solutions to the economic crisis," noting that he "will be represented at the meeting of Parliament and the parliamentary Committee of Economy". He pointed out that "during the meeting, will present the collection of funds through the electronic system, as the companies work during the four-month maximum and be put up, to control the ports."
And "We will also discuss the subject of oil licensing rounds, and re-examine them, and if oil prices remained the same or decreased proposed that the current extraction is time to stop because the extraction will be more than the cost of sales."
It is noteworthy that, during the House of Representatives ended its meeting last Thursday, the first reading of the draft amendment to the law the law of the first sale and lease of state property No. 21 of 2013.
It is noteworthy that, oil prices witnessed over the past week, a remarkable collapse which recorded the lowest level over the past 12 years as it reached for OPEC's basket of crudes and less than $ 30 for Brent.
The Prime Minister said Haider al-Abadi yesterday in an interview with CNBC on the sidelines of the Davos economic conference in Switzerland that "the situation is difficult this year, just as last year was difficult, was the tie-barrel price in our budget is $ 57 per barrel, but we We did not get in the end only to $ 45 a barrel, and this was very hard on us, and this year we have identified the breakeven price of oil at $ 45 a barrel, but we sell it now versus 23 or $ 24 a barrel, and these conditions tough for us, ".anthy 2
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