05/02/2012 09:26

Baghdad, February 5 (Rn) – The Finance Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Sunday, the federal budget for 2012 will be ready to vote next week, while confirming that not put to the vote this week goes back to the study of all sections of the transfers of funds based on proposals of the committees and political blocs.

and the opening of the House of Representatives debate at a meeting yesterday on the paragraphs of the federal budget for 2012 as announced political blocs, they will not vote on the project unless it includes demands. and calls for the Sadrist movement to include a paragraph in the budget enables the distribution of part of the budget on the citizens directly, while demanding Kurdish Alliance include increased allocation of Article 140 of the Constitution, and the financing of border guards (Peshmerga) of the federal budget.

A member of the Committee Hadi, Secretary of the Kurdistan News Agency (Rn), “The draft federal budget for 2012 will be ready for a vote next week after the completion of the introduction of the proposals of the political blocs and demands . ”

said Amin, “Some transfers in the budget need to be studied and approved by the House of Representatives,” stressing that “the Commission has taken all demands and proposals of the political blocs, including the Kurdistan Alliance, which corresponds with the Constitution have been taking them.”

The Iraqi government has approved in its emergency meeting in the fifth of December last budget year 2012 amounting to $ 100 billion (about 117 trillion Iraqi dinars) and a deficit of up to $ 13.5 billion (about 17 trillion dinars). and campus violence, corruption, Iraq from investments during the years of conflict that followed the fall of the former regime in the spring of 2003, while moving the rebuilding process slowly.

The Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation of Iraq to delay adoption of the budget due to political differences directly affects the provision of services to citizens which is paid to the call for the speedy adoption of the budget. needs of Iraqi cities strongly to the funds to build infrastructure that devastated by years of war, sanctions and acts of violence, protesting citizens on an ongoing basis on the lack of basic services that have not been able to successive Iraqi governments have made ​​available, despite a lapse of almost nine years to overthrow the former regime.


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