Deputy for the National: determined to approve the 2017 budget at tomorrow's meeting[/ltr]
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Likely deputy for the National Alliance, on Wednesday, the adoption of the budget bill for 2017 in the parliament session on Thursday.
He said Tawfiq al-Kaabi told all of Iraq [where] "There have been extensive discussions of all committees, headed by the Parliamentary Finance Committee on the 2017 budget, a lot of MPs submitted their proposals for going forward."
Kaabi said: "We are determined to pass the 2017 budget in the parliament session expected to be held tomorrow, Thursday."
It is scheduled to put the draft 2017 budget law in the parliament session on Thursday to vote, the parliamentary finance committee and ruled for a fundamental change in the budget after reading the first and second read and discussed.
The size of the 2017 budget, according to the draft of the law more than 100 trillion dinars deficit by 21%.
He said Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, said that "the salaries and expenses accounted for 75% of the budget in 2017, and reached the security and defense allocations for 32% of total expenditures in," referring to the "keenness of the House of Representatives to reduce the three presidencies expenses in senior positions in the state."
The draft budget to increase the proportion of deduction from employees' salaries for the expenses of the popular crowd and displaced law to 4.8% of the total salaries and allowances for all state employees and public sector retirees, after this percentage was 3% in the budget of 2016.
The prime minister Haidar al-Abbadi, at its meeting last Sunday, members of the parliamentary finance committee, to discuss the 2017 budget, "the importance of approving the budget, which was adopted to reduce government spending to its lowest level and cover employees and retirees' salaries as well as benefits the necessary task of the sectors that contribute to development and job creation."
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