The Maliki government is deliberately not to send 2014 budget to parliament!
Finance parliamentary: the Maliki government is deliberately not to send 2014 budget to parliament!
Date: Sunday 17/11/2013 04:25 pm
Parliamentary Finance Committee said on Saturday that the cabinet has not yet sent the budget bill to the parliament for discussion, with delays expected to recognize because of the proximity of the next election.
And gave the House of Representatives, last Tuesday the Iraqi government for 3 days to send the general budget for 2014 to the Council, waving to go to vacation legislature in the event of non-arrival of the budget in the prescribed period., And the deadline set by the House of Representatives ended yesterday. Said a member of the Finance Committee Abdul Amir Mayahi in an interview today: “There is a delay in the arrival of the draft budget to the House of Representatives for approval, the existence of discussions between some of the blocks,” noting that these blocks will have applications for political ends. said “these blocks will try through their demands to get gains certain as on the verge of the parliamentary elections in Next, “pointing out that this matter will delay approval of the law. The federal budget for next year is 176.5 billion dinars, which is the largest in the history of Iraq, which has paid the most attention to file energy, security and services. usually delayed Iraq to adopt its budget the financial result of the differences between the political blocs on the aspects of exchange and expenditure and the money allocated to the provinces. Iraq desperately needs the money for the reconstruction of the country and revive public services that citizens complain of scarcity, despite the passage of ten years of lifting the blockade on the country.