Parliamentary Finance determines the date for paying employees’ salaries

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The Parliamentary Finance Committee set, Saturday, the date for paying employees’ salaries for the month of October.

Committee member Abd al-Hadi al-Saadawi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, that “the salaries of employees will be released according to government statements in the first week of next month,” noting that “the Finance Committee is awaiting the government’s response to the statements of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s spokesperson regarding the availability of alternatives to disbursement. Employee salaries.

He added that “Parliamentary Finance possesses a paper to address the financial situation for a period of six months,” noting that “the government is still continuing illegal spending and there is a violation of the disbursement of funds to Kurdistan.”

The Parliamentary Economy Committee confirmed, today, Saturday, that the Ministry of Finance informed the House of Representatives that it had spent 39 trillion dinars for salaries of the past months. 25 T.

https://www.almaalomah.com/2020/10/31/502760/

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Parliamentary Finance sets the date for passing a decisive law to secure salaries

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Shafaq News / The Parliamentary Finance Committee suggested, on Saturday, the passage of the borrowing law in the parliament next week, which is relied upon to fill the shortfall in employees’ salaries.

The Iraqi government presented a bill to Parliament authorizing it to borrow an amount of 41 trillion dinars to cover the fiscal deficit for the remaining months of this year.

However, parliamentary sources told Shafaq News that Parliament will reduce the borrowing value to only 15 trillion dinars.

The committee’s reporter, Ahmad al-Saffar, told Shafaq News that “there are great possibilities to approve the borrowing law next week, as there are no parliamentary sessions during this week.”

On the date of salary distribution and the frequency of late payment, Al-Saffar replied that “the government is concerned with paying the salaries and the parliamentary finances. It is not concerned with that.”

The Iraqi government is facing a stifling financial crisis that caused a delay in the distribution of employees’ salaries for the past month, about 20 days, due to the lack of sufficient financial liquidity and the exhaustion of borrowing amounts allocated to secure salaries.

Parliament and specialized experts warn against resorting to borrowing due to the debts it leaves and heavy financial consequences that may extend for years due to the lack of a successful fiscal and monetary policy that is capable of dealing with crises.  

This is the second time that the government has submitted an authorization from Parliament to borrow money, after the first time it borrowed 15 trillion dinars domestically and $ 5 billion abroad.

The borrowing comes to fill the financial deficit in the country due to the drop in oil prices caused by the Corona virus crisis, as revenues from selling crude cover 95 percent of state expenditures.

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Signing 15 agreements, memoranda of understanding and cooperation protocol between Egypt and Iraq..Know the details

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Dr. Mustafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, and Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Prime Minister of Iraq, witnessed at the headquarters of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, the signing ceremony of 15 agreements, memoranda of understanding and cooperation protocols aimed at strengthening joint bilateral cooperation between the two countries, which are ..

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1. A memorandum of understanding between the Egyptian Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources and the Iraqi Ministry of Oil, signed by Engineer Tariq Al-Mulla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, and Engineer Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar, Iraqi Oil Minister.

2. A Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation, training and exchange of experiences in the field of justice and the judiciary, which was signed by Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Salar Abdul-Sattar Muhammad, Iraqi Minister of Justice.

3. A Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation in the field of water resources and irrigation, signed by Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Mahdi Rashid Al-Hamdani, Iraqi Minister of Water Resources.

4. A memorandum of cooperation between the Iraq Stock Exchange and the Egyptian Stock Exchange, signed by Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Taha Ahmed Abdel Salam, Executive Director of the Iraq Stock Exchange.

5. The Bilateral Executive Program for Technical Cooperation in the Field of Environmental Protection, which was signed by Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Dr. Hassan Muhammad Al-Tamimi, Iraqi Minister of Health and Environment.

6. Memorandum of Understanding in the fields of health, medicine and training, and was signed by Dr. Hala Zayed, Minister of Health and Population, and Dr. Hassan Muhammad Al-Tamimi, Minister of Health and Environment of Iraq.

7. The Maritime Transport Agreement, signed by Eng. Kamel al-Wazir, Minister of Transport, and Nasser Hussein Bandar, Minister of Transportation, Iraq.

8. A Memorandum of Understanding in the field of roads and bridges, signed by Lieutenant General Kamel the Minister, the Minister of Transport, and Eng. Nazanin Muhammad Wso, the Iraqi Minister of Construction, Housing and Public Works.

9. A draft memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the field of housing and construction, signed by Dr. Asim Al-Jazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, and Eng. Nazanin Muhammad Woso, Minister of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works of Iraq.

10. A Memorandum of Understanding in the field of WTO agreements and organizing exhibitions, and it was signed by Nevin Jama, Minister of Trade and Industry, and Dr. Alaa Ahmed Hassan, Iraqi Minister of Trade.

11. A cooperation protocol in the field of combating subsidies, dumping and prevention, and was signed by Nevin Jama, Minister of Trade and Industry, and Manhal Mahmoud Abdul Rahman, Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals.

12. A Memorandum of Understanding in the field of industrial cooperation, signed by Nevin Jamea, Minister of Trade and Industry, and Manhal Mahmoud Abdul Rahman, Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals.

13. A memorandum of understanding in the field of consumer protection, which was signed by Dr. Rania Al-Mashat, Minister of International Cooperation, and Manhal Mahmoud Abdul-Rahman, Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals.

14. A Memorandum of Understanding in the field of investment, signed by Counselor Muhammad Abdel Wahab, CEO of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones, and Dr. Suha Al-Najjar, Chairman of the Iraqi Investment Authority.

15. A joint cooperation protocol between the Iraqi Federation of Industries and the Federation of Egyptian Industries, signed by Muhammad Zaki Al-Suwaidi, President of the Federation of Egyptian Industries, and Ali Sabih Ali Al-Saadi, President of the Federation of Iraqi Industries.

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In the document … the government requires employees to update their biometric cards to encourage participation in the elections

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The government directed the ministries and governorates to compel their employees to update their biometric cards to encourage participation in the early elections.

According to a book by the Prime Minister’s Office, the Euphrates News Agency obtained a copy of it, “based on the directive of the Prime Minister, and in line with the provisions of Resolution 276 in 2019 to do what is required by you to oblige all your employees to perform biometric registration and receive their biometric cards to urge participation in voting in the upcoming elections. “.

Ammar Al-Masoudi

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BAGHDAD’S TAHRIR SQUARE, JUMHURIYA BRIDGE REOPENED AFTER A YEAR OF PROTEST

A general view of Tahrir Square in Baghdad after it was opened to traffic following a year of protests in Baghdad, Iraq on October 31, 2020. (Photo Credit: National Security Adviser Qassem al-Araji)

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SULAIMANI — Head of the Baghdad Operations Command Qais al-Muhammadawi said on Saturday (October 31) that Jumhuriya Bridge and all roads leading to Tahrir Square in the Iraqi capital have reopened.

According to the state-run Iraqi News Agency, Muhammadawi said that the reopening came at the request of the protesters, who have been occupying strategic locations in central Baghdad since last year. The bridge itself was closed to traffic in order to prevent protesters from accessing the Green Zone.

“To support the service effort in Tahrir Square, the canopies and tents that were in the middle of the street were removed at the initiative of the peaceful demonstrators,” the commander said.

The move was also praised by Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi.

“Our youth in Tahrir Square set amazing national examples for a whole year. Today, they reiterated their patriotic duty by showing the utmost degrees of cooperation with the opening of the protest square to traffic and the restoration of normalcy,” Kadhimi said in a tweet.

“Free and fair elections are the next milestone in change that the youth initiated with enthusiasm a year ago. Iraq will never forget its youth,” he added.

Iraq’s Security Media cell also said that Rashid and Saadoun streets and Tayaran Square were again open to traffic.

The first wave of protests began last year on October 1 and lasted for approximately a week before resuming on October 25. The demonstrations were widespread throughout the central and southern governorates.

The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) has documented that 487 protesters were killed since October 1, 2019, mostly by the security forces or unidentified third groups. Thousands of others were wounded.

Some groups have alleged that the death and injury toll is much higher.

In response to the demonstrations, then-Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi stepped down in November.

(NRT Digital Media)

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گەنجەكانمان لە گۆڕەپانی تەحریر بەدرێژایی ساڵێك جوانترین نمونەی نیشتمانپەروەرییان پیشاندا، ئەمڕۆش بە كردنەوەی گۆڕەپانەكە بۆ هاتوچۆ و ئاساییكردنەوەی ژیان، نیشتماندۆستی خۆیان جەخت لێ كردەوە. هەڵبژاردنی ئازاد و بێگەرد وادەی گۆڕانكاریی داهاتووە كە گەنجانمان بەسنگی بەرز دەستیان پێكرد.

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Sairoun: The moves to dismiss Al-Halbousi are just (media proposals)

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On Friday, MP Rami al-Skiny, representing Saerun, considered the political moves to find an alternative to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi with “media proposals.”

Al-Skini said in a radio interview, “The current stage and the current circumstance do not allow the idea of changing Al-Halbousi or not, especially in light of the political fluctuations that the country may witness in the coming period.”

He pointed out, “Such decisions need to be studied and a high-level political understanding, especially since Iraq is an open arena, which requires access to international and regional balance.”

Al-Skini considered that “the media proposals towards the dismissal of Al-Halbousi are the result of fragmentation in some political components, which led to the formation of a bloc that stood against the speaker of Parliament.”

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Statement: Al-Kazemi and his Egyptian counterpart will sign Saturday the joint minutes of cooperation in 4 areas

2020.10.30 – 23:31

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The Iraqi-Egyptian Higher Committee for Ministerial Level reviewed the areas of cooperation, understandings, agreements and protocols agreed upon, while the Minister of Planning confirmed the Iraqi government’s keenness on joint Arab action.  

The Ministry of Commerce said in a statement that “People” received a copy (October 30, 2020), that “the Iraqi-Egyptian Higher Committee for the Level of Ministers reviewed memoranda of understanding, agreements and protocols that were drafted and prepared by the committee at the expert level during its meetings over the past two days, in the presence of the Iraqi Minister of Planning. And the Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation.  

The Minister of Planning, Khaled Battal Al-Najm, who represented the Minister of Commerce in the chairmanship of the committee for the ministerial level, said in a welcoming speech, that “this meeting is to support the bonds of economic, commercial, scientific and cultural cooperation, to strengthen economic and trade relations, to raise trade exchange and exchange experiences between the two countries,” expressing the “desire and keenness of the government.” On the joint Arab action that is taking place under dynamic international and regional conditions dominated by interconnectedness and integration between countries and peoples of the world.  

For her part, the Egyptian Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat, affirmed that “Egypt and Iraq are linked by extended historical and cultural ties, and we deal with exchanging projects and agreements with Iraq in various fields, especially since Egypt has witnessed many challenges, but started reforms at various levels, infrastructure, transportation, electricity, and agriculture, and that does not give way to technical support and partnerships.” With states. ”  

And she continued, “It also seeks to develop a clear and integrated plan with Iraq to implement the projects, agreements and understandings reached by the two sides.”  

According to the statement, the head of the expert committee for the Iraqi side, Walid Al-Mousawi, reviewed the memoranda of understanding, the protocols that were prepared to sign in their final form, and the great efforts made by the two sides with the sectors and ministries in both countries, which are 15 memoranda of understanding in various fields of commercial, industrial, agricultural, health, scientific, cultural, investment, energy and infrastructure. Housing, communications, transportation, social affairs and political fields, which are in the interest of Iraq and Egypt. ”  

The statement indicated that, “tomorrow the prime ministers of both countries will sign the joint report of the joint Iraqi-Egyptian Higher Committee for economic, commercial, scientific and cultural cooperation.”  

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Clarification from the Ministry of Finance regarding the delay in salaries for the current month

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On Friday, the Ministry of Finance issued a clarification regarding the delay in paying salaries for the month of October, pointing out that the government has one option to pay salaries, which is to borrow.

The Ministry of Finance stated, in a statement, that “last week witnessed the making of a number of public statements and inquiries that were raised regarding the delay in paying the salaries of October, and this comes in the wake of the delay in paying the salaries of September.”

The statement added, “The Ministry of Finance has repeatedly affirmed that the government’s current revenues, in light of low oil prices and Iraq’s commitment to OPEC decisions related to reducing oil production, are insufficient to meet the government’s current expenditures.” Current government expenditures, and we expect this situation to continue in the near future.

He continued, “To address structural imbalances in public finances, the Ministry of Finance has embarked on a three-pronged program to address short, medium and long-term issues that affect the Iraqi economy,” explaining that “for the very short period, from now until the end of 2020, you do not see The Ministry of Finance has no choice but to resort to short-term loans from state banks, which will then be deducted from the central bank. ”

He pointed out that “all other options, such as increasing revenues from customs, taxes, or levies from the electricity sector, are simply not possible in the short term,” noting that “despite the need to rationalize and activate the generation of other non-oil revenues, such measures will not “In the short term, it compensates for the shortfall in oil revenues, given the structure of our economy, and all other measures related to public sector payroll management require legislative approval before they translate into spending cuts or revenue generation.”

The finance statement added, “The ministry does not seek to increase the public debt unless it is necessary and its service is sustainable,” explaining that “Iraq’s debt at the present time is not excessive compared to the size of its economy, and public debt in the world has grown tremendously over the past twelve months, To address the negative consequences of the Corona pandemic, and at the global level, public debt as a percentage of GDP is close to 100%, and in Iraq it is still less than 75% of GDP.However, the Ministry of Finance recognizes the need to be careful in the way the deficit is financed. In public finance. ”

He explained, “The Ministry of Finance was open and transparent regarding the state of public finances and issued accurate and timely information when requested by the House of Representatives. The ministry is aware of the concerns that may arise as a result of delay in fulfilling government spending obligations,” noting that “the situation today is fundamentally different from “Previous periods when public finances were under pressure as a result of low oil revenues. Public spending not only grew rapidly in the past five years, but the decline in oil production and prices was longer and deeper than previous periods, in light of a difficult global economy.”

Regarding the borrowing law, the statement pointed out that “Finance has asked the House of Representatives to authorize it to borrow 41 trillion dinars for the remainder of the current year to meet the deficit in financing payments for salaries, retirement, and dues in 19 and 20 and other expenditures and investment projects, and the ministry plans to introduce major reforms that affect public finances. In the 2021 budget, “explaining that” if it is approved by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives, we believe that it will form the basis for addressing economic issues in the medium term and rationalizing public finances during the period from 2021 to 2023. ”

The statement concluded, “The Ministry of Finance played a fundamental role in leading the team that developed the white paper. This aims to analyze structural problems affecting the Iraqi economy and provide detailed solutions to solve them, and this reform program aims to reorient the axes of the Iraqi economy. The reform program will require a great deal.” Of legislative and institutional work and cannot be implemented without the support of Parliament. ”

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Washington has pushed for sanctions against Tehran … 6 new oil companies are on the list

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Shafaq News / On Friday, the US administration imposed new sanctions on Iranian companies operating in the fields of oil and petrochemicals.

A statement issued by the US State Department said that the United States had imposed sanctions on Aria Sasol Polymer Company, Penrin Ltd. and Bakhtar Trading Company.

The US administration has also imposed sanctions on other companies, such as the Kavian Petrochemical Company, and the Strait Shipbrokers Pte Ltd, under Article 3 of Executive Order 13846.

These companies, based in Iran, China and Singapore, were knowingly involved in the process of purchasing, acquiring, selling, transporting or marketing oil products from Iran.

And the Ministry of Foreign Affairs imposed other sanctions on a number of personalities, such as, Amir Hussein Bahraini, Lin Na Wai, Murtaza Mustafa Munir Bisaray, Hussain Firuzi Arani, and Ramazan Ouladi, as the chief executives of the aforementioned entities.

These personalities had performed similar tasks, and wielded similar powers as the CEO.

In addition, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the US Treasury has listed eight entities due to their involvement in the sale and mediation of Iranian petrochemical products and purchase of Trilliance Petrochemical Company Ltd., a US entity listed on the sanctions list under Executive Order 13846.

The Ministry of Justice announced that it had submitted a complaint to the confiscation of shipments of Iranian missiles that were confiscated by the US Navy on their way from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard to militant groups in Yemen.

The US Navy had previously seized about 1.1 million barrels of Iranian oil, which the United States had seized from four foreign oil tankers bound for Venezuela.

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Iraqi Finance reaches an option that secures the remainder of the salaries in 2020

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2020-10-30 08:42

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Shafaq News / The Ministry of Finance said on Friday that the federal government has no choice in securing salaries but to resort to short-term loans until the end of this year.

In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the ministry explained, “ Last week, a number of public statements and inquiries were made regarding the delay in paying the salaries for the month of October. This comes in the wake of the delay in paying the salaries of the month of September,” pointing out that it “confirmed Repeatedly, the government’s current revenues, in light of low oil prices and Iraq’s commitment to OPEC decisions to reduce oil production, are insufficient to meet the government’s current expenditures. At present, monthly oil revenues are less than 50% of the government’s current expenditures. We expect this situation to continue in near future”.

She added, ” To address structural imbalances in public finances, the Ministry of Finance has embarked on a three-pronged program to address short, medium and long-term issues that affect the Iraqi economy,” explaining by saying, “For the very short period, from now until the end of 2020, the Ministry of Finance does not see.” “Any choice but to resort to short-term loans from state banks   , which will then be deducted from the central bank. All other options, such as increasing revenues from customs or taxes or levies from the electricity sector, are simply not possible in the short term.”

“Despite the necessity to rationalize and activate the generation of other non-oil revenues, such measures will not compensate, in the short term, for the shortage in oil revenues, given the structure of our economy. All other procedures related to managing the public sector payroll require legislative approval before they are done,” she said. Translate into spending cuts or revenue generation. ”

The Ministry of Finance noted that it “does not seek to increase public debt unless it is necessary   and its service is sustainable,” noting that “Iraq’s debt at the present time is not excessive compared to the size of its economy. Public debt in the world has grown tremendously during the past twelve months, To address the negative consequences of the Corona pandemic. ”

She explained, “Globally, public debt as a percentage of GDP is close to 100%.   In Iraq it is still less than 75% of GDP. However, the Ministry of Finance is aware of the need to be careful in how to finance the deficit in public finances.”

The Ministry of Finance pointed out that it “was open and transparent regarding the state of public finances and issued accurate and timely information when requested by the House of Representatives. The Ministry is aware of the concerns that may arise as a result of the delay in fulfilling government spending obligations. The situation today is fundamentally different from previous periods when it was exposed. Public finances are under pressure as a result of lower oil revenues. Not only has public spending grown rapidly in the past five years, but the decline in oil production and prices has been longer and deeper than in previous periods, in light of a difficult global economy.

She indicated that she ” asked the House of Representatives to   authorize her to borrow 41 trillion dinars for the remainder of the current year to meet the deficit in financing salaries and retirement payments, 19 and 20 dues   and other expenditures and investment projects.” “.

She said, “If it is approved by the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives, we believe that it will form the foundations for dealing with economic issues in the medium term and rationalizing public finances during the period from 2021 to 2023.”

“The Ministry of Finance played a fundamental role in leading the team that put together the white paper. This aims to analyze structural problems affecting the Iraqi economy and provide detailed solutions to solve them. This reform program aims to reorient the axes of the Iraqi economy. The reform program will require a great deal of legislative work.” And institutional and cannot be implemented without the support of Parliament. ”

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