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Parliamentary finance reveals "frightening numbers" that have been spent non-investment since 2004 Empty Parliamentary finance reveals "frightening numbers" that have been spent non-investment since 2004

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:26 pm

Parliamentary finance reveals "frightening numbers" that have been spent non-investment since 2004

Parliamentary finance reveals "frightening numbers" that have been spent non-investment since 2004 Image

11-12-2019 01:57 PM

Baghdad / news

Member of Parliamentary Finance Committee, Magda Al-Tamimi, revealed frightening numbers that were spent from 2004 to 2018.

Al-Tamimi said in a press conference attended by "Al-Akhbariya", that "Iraq spent from 2004 until 2018, 1 cardillion, 73 trillion, 818 billion and 119 million dinars."

He explained that "the actual operating expenses amounted to 825 trillion, 577 billion and 81 million dinars, or 76.88% of salaries, fuel, statements and expenses, and this is an unproductive exchange."

And that "the investment exchange amounted to 248 trillion and 36 billion, meaning that the exchange rate was 23.12% on the investment side, and with regard to the balance of advances, it reached 165 trillion and 517 billion. The account of trusts in the community amounted to 14 and a half trillion, and the investment amounted to 11 and a half million."

He pointed out that "the situation is bad and cast a shadow over unemployment and poverty rates. In 2017, accurate indicators confirmed the unemployment rate in Iraq, where it reached 13%, while the poverty rate reached 20.5%."

Al-Tamimi added, "The map of poverty rates, and when Iraq is divided into a region, central and south, the central and southern governorates constitute the highest poverty rates, especially Al-Muthanna Governorate, which is the poorest with a poverty rate of 52.1%, then Diwaniyah at a rate of 47.7%, and then Maysan 45.4%, meaning that Half of them are poor. "

And she concluded that "the poverty rate in Karbala was 13.8% and Najaf 12.6%, and this is a significant negative indication of how to deal with religious tourism."

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