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Baghdad -arac Press -27 in June denied theInformation Office of the Prime Minister Haider al- Abadi, Sunday, circulating news regarding thededuction of part of the salaries of employees as aresult of the memorandum signed by the Iraqi government with the International Monetary Fund, as pointed out that the memorandum will provide financial support for Iraq worth 5.4 billion dollars over three years at an interest rate not to exceed 1.5 percent.
Ebadi said the Office in a statement that "there aremany fallacies about the memo , which was signedby Iraq with the International Monetary Fund are political and media circulation and in this regard we would like to make it clear that the Iraqi government submitted to the IMF an integrated vision in the process of its reform program and plans to address the economic problems facing the country and reforming the administrative system and finance for various state institutions a manner that achieves improve government performance, and optimal use of the resources of the state, and stop wasteful of public money, and expand and diversify sources of income, strengthen supervision and follow - up and the development of the Iraqi economy on the right track systems. "
He added that " the IMF found that the vision of the Iraqi government in this regard constitute a basis be a proper and approved by the Fund 's management in all public lines and signed the memorandum after examining some of the detailed issues that were originally prepared by the Iraqi government , " stressing at the same time that "no truth at all as rumors about thededuction of part of the salaries of employees as a result of agreements signed with the international Monetary Fund note, as the expansion of the tax pot settling accounts through the income tax does not include only those with only the higher grades and special grades and the staff of the first and second division. "
He explained that "This procedure is based on the paper governmental reform approved by the Cabinet and approved by Parliament, where financial reform axis provided under article concerning the reform of the expenses and revenues of the state structure on (addressing tax evasion , both in terms of income tax, and expand the tax base on the system will be covered underthe facilitator deal with him positively, and the development of the system on the precise basis for the prevention of corruption and reduce the burden on self - employed). "
The Abadi Office that " the memorandum will provide important for Iraq financial support in the current financial crisis ,where Iraq will get $ 5.4 billion from the International Monetary Fund over three years at an interest rate not to exceed 1.5% , the fund will provide two billion dollars before the end of this year , in batches, and that the note credit will improve thesituation in Iraq, which opens up broad prospects for economic and financial support and assistance from many international and regional financial organizations. "
He added that "Iraq will receive three billion dollars from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development as well as the assistance to be provided by donor nations, where the industrialized nations of Seven will provide additional funds for Iraq, will have total will get Iraq as a result of the signing of the memorandum with the International Monetary Fund about $ 14 billion and is the requirements of the agreement with the complementary to the government 's reform program of the IMFand is among the lowest requirements that previously the international Monetary Fund to be placed compared to the previous Batvaqath with many countries of the world , ".anthy (1)
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