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51 trillion dinars believes in employees' salaries in the budget of 2017

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Post by rocky Thu 25 Aug 2016, 4:19 am

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BAGHDAD - A Journal News 
Director of the Media Office of the Prime Minister, Saad al - Hadithi said that the 2017 budget has secured staff totaling 7 million employee salaries in Iraq, noting that the salaries of up to 52 trillion dinars in the budget next year.
The newborn's (Journal News) "The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers will send a few days during the 2017 budget to the House of Representatives," pointing out that the latter "has enough to approve the budget before the end of the year time."
He pointed out that "Iraq has 7 million employees working in all government institutions," adding that "the 2017 budget secured these employees' salaries to the tune of 51 trillion dinars."
And that "cell for amending the budget crisis next year working to modify some of the paragraphs of the budget," adding that "the 2017 budget is hoped to build on the $ 35 price per barrel of oil."
He added that "Iraq's oil exported to overseas during the past months, the 7 on the price of 32 dollars," noting that "put a price of $ 35 per barrel in the budget next year will push the government to reduce the gaps between financial expenditure and income" .anthy
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