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Abadi's economic and financial decisions aim to "impoverish" Iraqis

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Abadi's economic and financial decisions aim to "impoverish" Iraqis

Post  RamblerNash on Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:21 am

Abadi's economic and financial decisions aim to "impoverish" Iraqis



02-07-2018 01:34 PM

"The taxes imposed by the government of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi are the first of its kind in the history of Iraq," said senior politician Hassan al-Alawi on Monday. Al-Abadi's economic and financial policies and decisions aim to "impoverish" the Iraqis. Iraqis.

Al-Alawi said in a press statement that "for the first time since its establishment in 1921, Iraq is witnessing a set of measures and economic and administrative decisions that amount to reprisals from the Iraqi people."

Al-Alawi expressed his surprise at "the establishment of an oil state like Iraq to impose taxes because the budget is fueled by the sale of oil," and wondered: "Where went the price increases of oil, which amounted to billions of dollars."

He said that "the series of taxes and economic measures by the government of Abadi aims to impoverish the Iraqis and increase the number of hungry," warning Abadi that "these actions will increase the spirit of the uprising and protest among the Iraqis."

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