The rule of law deliberately deported budget until after the election to negotiate with the government
Deputy from the Liberal: the rule of law deliberately deported budget until after the election to negotiate with the government on the formation of
Tuesday, April 22 / April 2014 15:58
[Baghdad – where]
Accused the Liberal MP from the parliamentary bloc Jawad al-Jubouri, a coalition of state law to “intentionality” in the deportation of the financial budget for 2014 until after the parliamentary elections.
Jubouri said told all of Iraq [where] that “these things will be part of the next stage and float crisis and carried over to the time is her time and will be a record of the numbers of alliances and form a government even though it’s the subject of professional and legislative purely and unrelated to the absolute political affairs but regrettably so usual administrative issues in the recruitment of professional Pure as part of a political and partisan interests and relationships. ”
“It is undoubtedly the end of the election and indicate the stage of the electoral weight ratios for each entity will be reviewed with respect to the budget and the parties are disputing the rule of law and the Kurdistan Alliance about the budget that will be used and another in the process of political consensus.”
It is noteworthy that many of the political parties and observers as likely to postpone the adoption of the budget bill, Finance, until after the parliamentary elections, for the continuation of the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil on the share of the Kurdistan region, especially since a few days separated from the date of the elections with concern Bdaiadtha electoral blocs.
In spite of the formation of several committees of Parliament triple and quadruple, but the meetings did not yield significant results pave the way for adoption of the budget.
The quartet headed by First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Qusay al-Suhail, has visited Erbil in the past few days, but without reaching an agreement in solving problems related to the budget of the region and resolve the dispute with the government around the center.
Sources in Arbil, about a proposal by the Kurdistan Regional Government to the delegation of the Quartet, to form the federal government in Baghdad, a technical committee, of neutral experts assume the verification process of the potential of each province or territory oil producer, about the amount that could be exported, and not produced only Because production is export, and that this proposal will be binding on the Kurdistan if the Committee approved, as required every oil-producing provinces in Iraq, in order to get rid of all of the assumptions and preconditions on the amount of what comes out of the oil, did not respond Baghdad after this proposal. 2 ended.