Parliamentary services: the budget of 2018 will go mostly to the Kurds this argument


BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Most of the financial allocations in the 2018 budget will not be for the central and southern federations, the parliamentary committee said on Sunday, pointing out that most of the financial allocations in the budget will go to pockets of Kurds in the Kurdistan region on the pretext of helping the displaced and reconstruction of liberated areas.

“The budget of 2018 does not have any change from the budget of 2017 because of the lack of annexation of service projects to the federal provinces,” said the member of the Committee Emotions blessing “for Iraq News”, pointing out that “the largest allocations in the budget will go to the Kurds in Kurdistan on the pretext of helping the displaced and reconstruction Liberated areas “.

Nima added that “the Kurdistan region currently controls the border crossings and airports civil air,” asserting that “these ports have significant financial resources go to the territory without being monitored by the federal government and is supposed to be delivered to the Iraqi state.”

“The southern provinces produce about 4 million barrels per day of crude oil, but the financial revenues for the export of oil goes to the Kurds without any benefit to the central and southern provinces.” Finished

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