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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Sep 12, 2019 12:10 am

Kurds are holding 17% of Kurdistan's share of the federal budget

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11/09/2019 - 12:21

The head of the Legal Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, on Wednesday, that the deputies of the Kurdistan Region insist on returning the region's share in the Iraqi budget to 17%, stressing that "a legitimate right."

"The federal budget bill is being prepared by the Iraqi government, and usually arrives in the House of Representatives on October 15 annually to discuss its provisions," Ribwar Abdulrahman said in a statement.

He added, "The share of the Kurdistan region in the federal budget has been reduced from 17% to 12.63%, and this measure does not depend on any legal rule or realistic at all, since the percentage (17%) has been previously installed according to rules and foundations and not arbitrary."

He pointed out, saying that `` Iraq's budget for 2019 is 133 trillion dinars, which is very huge and equal to the budget of two countries, but when we see the deteriorating situation in the Iraqi provinces, we know that these funds have not been disbursed to improve the reality of these cities and serve the citizen '', Mirdif 'and to distance themselves For criticism and trying to reconcile the Iraqi street come and re-Kurdistan region by saying that he takes more than his share (in the budget).

He continued, `` We had talks in 2019 on keeping the share of the Kurdistan region as it is any (17%) of the federal budget, and efforts are continuing in this regard and we will remain insisting on this proportion, '' stressing that 'the 2020 budget will not pass without the consent of the Kurds.'

For his part, a member of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Shirwan Mirza, in a statement to (Basnews), that attempts are continuing to increase the share of the Kurdistan region in the federal budget for 2020.

Mirza explained that "before cutting the Kurdistan Region budget by the Iraqi government (the Maliki government), the share of the Kurdistan region of the federal budget was set at 17%, but this percentage was reduced to 12.67% by the previous Iraqi government (the government of Abadi). ".

He pointed out, "Our attempts to return the share of the Kurdistan region to what it was in the past (17%), and if there are objections, we have conclusive evidence based on statistics issued by the Department of Central Statistics itself."

Mirza continued, "We have documents issued by the Federal Central Statistics Department confirms that the share of the Kurdistan region in the budget should be 13.92% according to the proportion of the population of the Kurdistan region, so the Kurdish deputies in the Iraqi Council of Representatives will work to stabilize this share in the budget of 2020."

It is noteworthy that there are differences between the federal government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government on the province's financial share has been set at 17%, before the former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki in early 2014 to cut the share of the region's federal budget after political differences.

Following the independence referendum held in Kurdistan in 2017, the federal government, headed by then Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, imposed a number of sanctions on the region, including reducing its share of the budget.

http://www.basnews.com/index.php/ar/economy/2017-01-26-12-23-03/545616
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