Al-Kazemi’s advisor reveals the value of the domestic product and the volume of total spending for the current year

Economie| 07:33 – 09/15/2022


Baghdad – Mawazine News
, Haitham Al-Jubouri, technical advisor to Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, determined today, Thursday, the value of government and private domestic product for the current year, and while he expected the volume of total spending for this year, he revealed projects to increase non-oil revenues.
Al-Jubouri said, “The volume of domestic product for the public and private sectors for the year 2022, according to current oil prices, will not exceed $300 billion,” noting that “the government is currently spending according to the exchange rule 1/12 of last year’s budget, in addition to what was allocated in the Food Security Law.” .
He added, “What was allocated from food security amounted to 25 trillion dinars, in addition to 103 trillion dinars spent last year 2021, as it is a base we rely on, so that the total amount disbursed by the end of this year is 128 trillion dinars, which is equivalent to 88 or 89 billion dollars.” He pointed out that “the government’s output alone will range approximately, according to the current oil prices, from 145 to 155 billion dollars at the end of the year.”
On the government’s steps to provide additional non-oil resources, he explained that “there are efforts to activate the transit of goods through Iraq and the port of Faw, as well as the completion of plans and designs for new railways linking northern and southern Iraq by an Italian company, and these will increase revenues, and other steps to complete the automation of border crossings and the relationship Between the currency sale window, customs, and tax, which is supposed to be reflected in the increase in revenues, in addition to political and security stability, “explaining that”
Al-Jubouri stressed, “the necessity of conducting a population census in order to make the numbers of segments of society clear accurately, especially since the Financial Management Law stressed the need for the budget to be based on gender,” noting that “determining the percentage of women, the elderly, children and youth is very important according to the expected census.”
With regard to the government’s efforts to reduce the effects of population growth on the country’s economy, al-Jubouri said, “The growth is continuing, and we should be guided by accurate numbers that we are waiting for from the housing census so that we can rely on them in decision-making.”
And he added, “Iraq is considered one of the very advanced countries in the process of population growth, which reaches an annual rate of 3%, while globally it reaches under half a percent,” noting that “this needs an increase in spending and the provision of services, and many plans are parallel to this increase.” Ended 29


Major General Rasoul: The total number of Arbaeen visitors reached 20 million, including 5 million foreigners

political| 08:46 – 09/15/2022


Baghdad – Mawazine News

Today, Thursday, the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, announced the participation of more than 20 million visitors in commemorating the fortieth anniversary of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, in the holy Karbala this year.
Major General Rasoul said in an audio recording, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that “15 million Iraqis and 5 million foreigners celebrated the fortieth visit of Imam Hussein this year.”
He added, “This year’s visit was characterized by the smooth and smooth movement of visitors and wheels, and the large security forces that arrived in the holy Karbala to secure the visit.”
He added, “The security forces will remain present in the holy Karbala until the return of the pilgrims, and there is an air effort over the course of 24 hours to secure the city of Karbala and its approaches.” Ended 29 / h

The Kurdistan Democratic Party reveals (undeclared agreements) regarding the presidency of the republic

political| 02:38 – 09/15/2022


Special – Mawazine News
, Thursday, the Kurdistan Democratic Party revealed “undeclared agreements” with the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan regarding the presidency.

Party spokesman Mahdi al-Faili told Mawazine News that “there are undeclared agreements with the union, and they will be announced after reaching a comprehensive and complete agreement for all files.”

He explained, “There is a semi-preliminary agreement on choosing a personality that satisfies both parties, as the Kurdish party will bring one person to Parliament.” Ended