Kurdistan Alliance retreat from the decision to challenge the federal budget


Since 2018-03-10 at 15:47 (Baghdad time)

Baghdad – Mawazine News

The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), the head of the parliamentary legal committee, Muhsin al-Saadoun, announced on Saturday that the Kurdistan Alliance has withdrawn its decision to challenge the federal budget for 2018, pointing out that the appeal decision needs a unified Kurdish decision.

He said Saadoun, in a statement reported by the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan viewed by / Mawazin News / “The Kurdish blocs will not resort to the Federal Court to challenge the federal budget for 2018 contrary to what is rumored.”

He added that “the blocks sought to prevent the passage of the draft federal budget law because of the reduction of the proportions of the Kurdistan region to have failed,” noting that “the decision to appeal or object to the budget law needs a unified Kurdish decision of the top leadership in the region.”

The House of Representatives ended on Saturday (March 3, 2018), marathon the budget by voting on its paragraphs, to go a long way and resolve the debate has been going on for months by approving the general budget for 2018 deficit exceeded the 12 trillion and 514 billion Iraqi dinars.




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