Posts Tagged ‘Official Gazette of Iraq’

17:26 2013-03-31
Justice confirms the issuance of the official Iraqi Gazette and including the current year’s budget law

The Justice Ministry confirmed the release of the latest issue of the Iraqi Gazette your federal financial budget for 2013 on time, denying non-publication of the preparation of the newspaper, because targeting the ministry earlier. (more…)

24/03/2013 14:04:00
BAGHDAD / NINA / Presidency of the republic announced the ratification of the Federal budget of the Republic of Iraq for 2013.

A statement by the Office of the Vice President of the Republic, Khodair al al-Khuzaie said that al-Khuzaie approved the federal budget for the Republic of Iraq for the year 2013, according to the powers granted to him under Article 75 / 2 of the Constitution.” (more…)

March 21, 2013 11:29 PM Last Updated: 21 Mar 2013 11:29

Committee announced economic parliamentary Thursday that this weekend will be the date for the launch of the financial budget for this year.

noting that the delay came for technical reasons , said committee member MP Abdul Hussein Abtan told “Nahrain News” that “the financial budget is still in the Office of the Presidency of the Republic for approval to be published into law in force in the Official Gazette of Iraq and the launch of the implementation early next week, ” (more…)

03/04/2012 0:00

said the President Office of the Presidency of the Republic Naseer al-Ani, the federal budget law No. 22 for fiscal year 2012 was published in the Official Gazette of Iraq. (more…)

26/03/2012 10:01

Baghdad, March 26 (Rn) – The Federal Ministry of Planning, on Monday, it will begin launching money within the federal budget for the current year after publication in the Official Gazette of Iraq by the Ministry of Justice, which confirmed the lack of published until now.

And approved the Iraqi government in its emergency meeting in (05/12/2011) budget in 2012 Bmekdarnho $ 100 billion (about 117 trillion Iraqi dinars) and a deficit of up to $ 13.5 billion (about 17 trillion dinars). (more…)