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Economy News Baghdad:
The Iraqi government announced that it will impose additional taxes on a number of products in the budget for the year 2018 to get a trillion dinars, indicating that every five employees are retired will replace one employee, saving 600 billion dinars.
A source in the Iraqi government, “the economy News”, that “in the budget of 2018, the government will prepare measures to reduce the initial non-oil deficit on the basis of the accrual of 2.3 trillion Iraqi dinars compared to the draft supplementary budget for 2017.”
“The 2018 budget includes relatively low or fixed taxes on a few additional products or services in addition to taxes already levied in the 2017 supplementary budget, with the aim of increasing direct taxes by 1 trillion dinars in 2018,” he said.
He pointed out that “the budget program to ensure the establishment of a maximum allowance for allowances and additional labor allocations does not exceed 350 thousand dinars for all civil servants, which achieves an abundance of 500 billion dinars.”
He pointed out that “every five employees are assigned to retire will replace one employee, saving 600 billion dinars.”
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“The referendum involves a great deal of risk and the United States can not control this,” McCarthyk was quoted by Reuters as saying.
“As far as the consequences of the referendum are concerned, it is not something that we can fully control,” he said.
“There are some good ideas and visions on the referendum on the Kurdistan region to be held on September 25,” said Brett McGurk, the US president’s envoy to the international coalition against the organization.
He said in a press conference held today, “There are some good ideas and visions crystallized on the referendum of the Kurdistan Region,” noting that “dialogues are still going on behind the closed doors.”
He added that our position is clear on the referendum, which was expressed by President Donald Trump during his meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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The President of the Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani said earlier in the day that he is under constant pressure to postpone the referendum to be held on 25 of this month, reiterated his position not to back away from this decision.
“We are receiving invitations to postpone the referendum day and night, and pressure is being exerted on us in this regard in order to start dialogue with Baghdad,” Barzani said in a speech at a referendum rally held at the Franco-Hariri Stadium in Erbil and attended by tens of thousands. We are going back to a failed experience again. “
“The time has come too late for dialogue,” he said. “I am not the person who is failing his people and does not retreat from the referendum.”
Barzani said that “the decision of the referendum came out of my hands and the hands of the parties and became the hands of the people of Kurdistan.”
US President Barack Obama’s envoy to the international coalition against the organization said on Friday that Iraqi forces continue to advance in the battle to liberate the province of Hawija south-west of the province of Kirkuk as planned.
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