Parliamentary Finance Committee completed the draft budget next Monday
17/02/2012 07:59
Baghdad, February 17 (Rn) - The parliamentary Finance Committee, said Friday that the House of Representatives discussions of the draft federal budget has been completed, while confirming that it will be completed during the next two days to present observations on the project to a vote next Monday. And the opening of the House of Representatives debate on the paragraphs of the federal budget for 2012 last month with political blocs announced that they will not vote on the project unless it includes demands.

And demands that the Sadrist movement include a paragraph in the budget enables the distribution of the budget on the part of citizens, directly, while demanding Kurdish Alliance include increasing the allocation of Article 140 of the Constitution, and the financing of the border guard forces (Peshmerga) of the federal budget.
A member of the Committee Secretary Hadi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn), the House of Representatives yesterday completed in all its discussions on the draft federal budget for 2012, noting that his committee has received all the comments put forward by the deputies.

Hadi said that "the Finance Committee will consider during the next two days all the observations and is working to finalize the draft budget to be put to the vote next Monday."

The Iraqi government has approved in its emergency meeting on the fifth of December last year 2012 budget by $ 100 billion (about 117 trillion Iraqi dinars) and a deficit of up to $ 13.5 billion (about 17 trillion dinars).

And campus violence, corruption, Iraq from investments during the years of conflict that followed the fall of the former regime in the spring of 2003, while moving slowly rebuilding process.

The Ministry of Planning and Development Cooperation of Iraq to delay adoption of the budget due to political differences directly affects the provision of services to citizens which is paid to the call for speedy adoption of the budget.

Iraqi cities and need money desperately to build its infrastructure destroyed by years of war, sanctions and violence, and protesting citizens on an ongoing basis on the lack of basic services that have not been able to successive Iraqi governments have provided despite the passage of nine years to overthrow the former regime.
From: Haider Ibrahim. Open: Abdullah Sabri