Kurdish insistence on the inclusion of dues of the oil reason for the delay in approving the budget
Hassan Auzmn: Kurdish insistence on the inclusion of dues of the oil companies is the reason for the delay in approving the budget
Wednesday 27 February 2013
BAGHDAD – babysit – A member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Hassan Auzmn that the main reason for the lack of agreement on the draft general budget today is the insistence of the Kurdistan Alliance to the inclusion of financial dues to oil companies operating in Kurdistan in the budget.
And said Ozmn “Kurdistan Alliance’s insistence on the inclusion of those receivables and $ (4.2) trillion Iraqi dinars out of the budget bill, and opposed by the government and the two sides do not agree on that was the main reason behind the postponement of the vote on the budget.”
“As the non-completion of the audit process of the Board of Supreme Audit, who visited Kurdistan was another reason to resolve differences over the budget.”
He ruled out a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee “and the existence of an agreement soon on the budget bill for busy Representatives affairs of their provinces that Sazornha through next week.”
And accused Ozmn “political blocs not to the sense of responsibility and indifference, especially that Iraq is passing through a critical period and there in the budget of the conduct of business and affairs of the state are responsible before God and the Iraqi people for this delay and we do not believe there is a glimmer of hope in approving the budget.” Q / Q