Kurdistan Democratic bloc embarrassed themselves and their requests are unreasonable
Change: the Kurdistan Democratic bloc embarrassed themselves and their requests are unreasonable
[Where – Baghdad]
said Deputy for mass change, said on Monday that ” the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc unreasonable requests concerning the allocation of the Peshmerga forces” in the draft financial Moalzenh of the 2017 Act.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party Bloc has withdrawn from the voting session of Parliament yesterday on the 2017 budget, specifically in the article on the allocation of the Peshmerga forces.
The bloc wants to install 100 fighters from the salaries of the Peshmerga in the budget, and this is rejected by the rest of the blocks Alsaasah including Kurdish.
And showed Serwa Abdul Wahid, told all of Iraq [where] that ” a paragraph has been added to the budget regarding the salaries of the Peshmerga , but what was said by the Kurdistan Democratic Party is reasonable and logical,” noting that “other political blocs do not agree to cast them out .”
” The Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc embarrassed itself to withdraw from the meeting ‘s only being which pulled out of the budget session,” indicating , “We believe that the issue of the province salaries Kurdistan important and sensitive subject and for each province of Kurdistan officials including the Peshmerga thus the withdrawal of a single block, the four blocks Kurdistan voted on the budget which is in agreement and want harmony with the federal government to solve problems. ”
Abdul Wahid confirmed ” the presence of the mass change the parliamentary session today to complete the vote on the law going forward.”
The House of Representatives began yesterday to vote on the budget materials revered finalization Monday, after the voice of the majority of the material.
It consists draft budget law in 2017 to 48 with the addition of the parliament’s 15 again.
The estimated budget revenues amounting to more than 79 trillion dinars, while an amount of 100 trillion dinars for the expenses of the fiscal year 2017, while the total planned budget deficit amounted to 21 trillion dinars.