Parliamentary Finance reveal the “conditions of Baghdad” to hand over the salaries of the Kurdistan region


Policy  2018/03/07 15:21  3330  Editor: aab

Baghdad today – Baghdad

Revealed a member of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives Rahim Darraji, on Wednesday, the conditions of the federal government in exchange for the distribution of salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region.

“The government has stipulated that salaries should be paid through the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), in exchange for granting the Supreme Audit Bureau a significant role in the institutions of the province and investigating the real numbers of employees,” said Rahim al-Darraji, a member of the committee.

He added that “the second condition of control over the border crossings and go to the state treasury, and the oil through the company Sumo National exclusively.”

He explained that “the provincial government rejected these conditions, and as the government is obliged to pay the salaries of employees will resort to agreement with the heads of provincial councils of the province to hand over salaries of Kurdish employees.”

In a speech on Tuesday, Prime Minister Haider al-Amri promised to lift the ban on Kurdistan airports before the upcoming Nooroz holidays.

He added that the audit of the names of employees “will continue,” noting that “to the extent we reached we can pay salaries and must be the budget of the region one because the Kurdistan region exports more than 300 thousand barrels of oil per day, or about 10% of Iraqi oil exports and these amounts It is enormous and must be taken into account. ”

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