Najib: allocations to the provinces installed petro-dollar budget 2016



September 20, 2015

Baghdad / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) –

the economic and investment commission confirmed the parliamentary ensure the presence of the provincial share of the petro-dollar oil revenues in the budget next year from within allocated for investment projects and the development of the regions of funds amounting to 30 trillion dinars.


It included the budget next year with a total value amounted to 131 trillion dollars of oil revenues and other resources, and the deficit reached 29 trillion dinars .


She said Najib’s (IMN) The “oil provinces and other provinces all counting installed rights in the budget next year, being exposed to environmental damage as a result of production, exploration and extraction of oil process, and the rest of the provinces also examined installed from the regional development funds”.


Najib added that “the provincial share of the petro-dollar installed from within allocated for investment and development of the regions and the amount of money 30 trillion dinars in the budget of 2016”,

explaining that “the value allocated to the provinces of petrodollars did not put in a certain number until the complete discussed in the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives”.


The financial budget for next year has been prepared in the initial draft, pending discussion in the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives for a vote, with the possibility of modification according to the current data of the country.

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