Sources: away from the Kurds National Alliance and the Union of forces agree to pass the budget

Sources: away from the Kurds National Alliance and the Union of forces agree to pass the budget

Wed, 07 Feb 2018 06:29:09

Sources - away from the Kurds National Alliance and the Union of forces agree to pass the budgetParliamentary sources confirmed that the National Alliance in the House of Representatives, reaching an agreement with the Union of forces to pass the budget without the Kurds who oppose the proportion allocated to them in the budget, while likely to move Kurdish budget without counting the proportion of 17% of the region, threatening to take steps to escalate.

“The majority of the deputies of the National Alliance agreed with the Union of Forces to pass the budget away from the Kurds as they continue to object to the proportion of the province in the budget law,” he said, adding that ” The Kurds withdrew from the session of parliament, which saw the second reading of the budget, but their withdrawal did not affect the reading because it has not been put to the vote yet.

The source, who did not disclose his name, said that “the Kurds stand against the vote on the budget and their insistence on the previous proportion of the budget for the region 17%,” pointing out that “the budget today was built on the basis of population ratios in addition to that many cities and regions need funds Great for their reconstruction. ”

For his part, MP MP from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Peston Zankana, pass the budget without counting the percentage demanded by the Kurds and threatened political escalation if the National Alliance and the Union of Forces implemented the scenario they agreed upon.

He added that “there are discussions between the National Alliance and the Union of Forces to agree on the adoption of the budget through the vote by the political majority, despite the boycott of Kurdish parliamentary blocs, and the bilateral agreement does not include the payment of dues of the region 17%, but the adoption of the new ratio of 12.6%.

He explained that “if the budget was passed and this is closer to reality, all Kurdish blocs and parties will boycott the meetings of the Council and the political process as a whole, according to the Kurdish leaders and will take steps to escalate and will be a complaint to the United Nations and the international community.”

Source: New Morning

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