Kurdish deputy: The dispute over the region’s budget no longer exists, and the knot is in the dollar

Time: 03/28/2021 23:02:04 Read: 1,989 times

{Policy: Al-Furat News} The MP for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Mariwan Nader, confirmed the end of the dispute over the region’s budget and “no longer exists” and the complex in discussing the exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar.

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Nader said, in a press statement, that “Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi and heads of the blocs in a meeting on reading the articles of the budget bill, and that the differences that existed in the past no longer exist now.”

He pointed out that “in the event that the meeting of Al-Halbousi, the Finance Committee and the ministers ends about reading the budget articles without any problems, then this evening the voting session will be held on the draft budget law, and Kurdish representatives in Baghdad in general will attend the session.”

Nader said, “There is no longer a problem with the Kurdistan region’s share of the budget, and that what is present is more related to the price of the dollar and the dinar in the draft law.”

The Kurdish MP concluded that “he does not believe that there is a problem regarding the quorum for holding the session, because all parties are satisfied and the differences have been greatly reduced.”

The Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Bashir Al-Haddad, announced that the quorum has been completed for the voting session on the federal budget law for the fiscal year 2021.

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party’s parliamentary bloc, Vian Sabri, has confirmed that the quorum has been completed for the parliament session devoted to passing the fiscal budget for 2021.

It is hoped The House of Representatives announces shortly after a session to pass the federal budget bill for 2021 or postpone it to another notice.

Wafa Al-Fatlawi



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