Economic parliamentary expects delayed the adoption of the budget until next March

Parliamentary Economic Committee revealed errors in the budget year figures may be spontaneous or deliberate government, unexpected delay in the adoption of the budget until next March.

The committee member said the MP for the Iraqi List, Nora  / JD /: “The parliamentary Finance Committee restored the budget to the government because of errors in the allocation of the House of Representatives and the High Commissioner for Human Rights and Judicial Council, pointing out that the allocations were too low compared to previous years.

And added البجاري, that these errors may be spontaneous or deliberate on the government to modify, to re-balance them by more than 15 days.

Rep. ruled out, that is the adoption of the budget until the end of next March, for the delayed response from the government and the holidays that the country is going through Parliament.

Process has stalled passage of the federal budget law for 2013 because of differences between the committees of the Parliament and the Government on increasing allocations of the three presidencies in addition to claim assignments retirement and determine rates of oil revenue surpluses to be distributed to the people.

A member of the Finance Committee parliamentary deputy for the Iraqi List, Ibrahim al-Mutlaq in an earlier statement / JD /: The main reason for the re-budget next year for the government, is the political differences existing and which is now floating on the surface, all the political blocs except state law to have reservations on the budget.

He Mutlaq, the Finance Committee has reservations about increasing allocations of the three presidencies and increasing amounts of cash of their own, and dedicated to national reconciliation and the integration of militias, as well as that each deputy has proposed would like to add when you make adjustments to the budget, so has returned to the government.

Mutlaq pointed out that the allocations of the Council of Ministers too big and not commensurate with the number of staff in the Council.

Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki has reduced the possibility of the House of Representatives vote on the budget next year in light of political wrangling and disputes, as he emphasized that it does not solve the problem projects include citizens.

He said in his speech festival sovereignty and national reconciliation: There are doubts the possibility of approval of the House of Representatives on the budget for next year in light of wrangling and escalation and that this budget where there are no new projects to solve the problem of citizens.

The parliamentary Finance Committee discussed at a meeting chaired by Haider Abadi, head of the Committee responses and the Ministry of Finance on the first part consignee of the members of the House of Representatives proposals on some of the paragraphs included in the budget bill 2013.

The meeting addressed the topic of allocations Act grant students that had been agreed with the government to add customizations to the law grant students (legislator recently) and also add assignments to law retirees (if enacted) and was confirmed by the Commission on the books sent by her to the Ministry of Finance on cash balances and detailed budgets at the level of each ministry circles. “

The Committee recommended certainly to meet a draft budget law for fiscal year 2013 for a vote in the middle of next month was emphasized also include a report of the Finance Committee prepared on budget 2013 all correspondence sent by the Commission to the Ministry of Finance and Office of Financial Supervision and follow up the matter later to clinching.

During the meeting raised the issue of salaries married students covered by social welfare, which entail major problem experienced by students is the proportion of the population principle adopted in the mechanism for distributing salaries, demanding the adoption of the need and the number of married couples in all of Iraq’s provinces by priority without relying on the population.