[rtl]Baghdad, Osman Mukhtar[/rtl]
[rtl]April 28, 2016[/rtl]
parliamentary and economic parties to an Iraqi from the country 's inability to pay the administrative apparatus staff state salaries, against the backdrop of the worsening financial crisis, declining state revenues especially from the oil sector, corruption rising, but the government is trying to minimize such fears over the continuing emphasis on its obligations to its employees.
The MPs and economists have warned via the "new Arab", the repercussions of the escalating financial crisis, threatens to halt salaries, in the case of government inaction in earnest to address the economic problems and minimize the political and security turmoil that affected the various productive sectors in the country.
in this context, it was revealed parliamentary Iraqis, in a telephone interview from Baghdad for "new Arab", for "that Iraq may not be able to pay the salaries of its staff in the last quarter of this year."
the member of the Finance Committee of parliament, who requested anonymity, that "military spending too high, and oil prices have deteriorated, and there are foreign countries refused to financially deal with Iraq to the lack of sovereign institutions of trust, and this we have heard a lot of officials in these countries recently, after subtracting the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] to the international financial bonds which have been stalled.
He explained the parliamentary, that 7.5 million salary employee exceed $ 4 billion a month, adding that the issue of lack of government 's ability to pay salaries end of the year was discussed at length on several previous period levels.
the Iraqi government has denied the middle of last month, there are no threats or intentions to cut staff and retirees and the security services ' salaries, saying it fully insured until the end of the year. This came against the backdrop of warnings of impending salary crisis.
But an expert in economic affairs of the Iraqi Mohammed Hussein al - Obeidi confirmed for "new Arab", in contrast , that nothing is reassuring because the state spends more than they earn much, which could cause a tumble pay staff salaries in the last quarter of this year. - See more at: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]