National Alliance ruled out passing the budget: Parliament suffers from the difficulty of holding meetings

National Alliance ruled out passing the budget: Parliament suffers from the difficulty of holding meetings

2018-02-26 at 18:17 (Baghdad time)

National Alliance ruled out passing the budget - Parliament suffers from the difficulty of holding meetingsBaghdad – Mawazine News
A member of the National Alliance, on Monday, passed the draft budget law during the next parliamentary sessions, likely to be passed in the next parliamentary session, similar to the budget for 2014.
“The parliament is suffering from the difficulty of holding a meeting as a result of political wrangling and disagreements between the various blocs on the budget, especially the two blocs of the Kurdistan Alliance and the coalition of Iraqi forces,” said Abdul-Ilah al-Naeli to Mawazin News, “ruled out passing the budget bill in the next parliament session on Wednesday, .
Al-Naeli added that “the Kurdistan Alliance bloc insists on the 17% share of the Kurds in the operational budget,” noting that “the height of the demands of the Alliance of National Forces on the need of the liberated areas of the prodding of large sums of money, which led to divergence of views as well as a dispute Large and divergent in the ideas and ideas between the blocks. ”
He criticized the Nali different blocs of the National Alliance, which “the intersection of parliamentary meetings for electoral reasons, some and others,” likely “pass the budget during the next parliamentary session, as happened in 2014 when I passed the current session.”
And revealed the House of Representatives Emad Jokna, on Sunday, a meeting expected for the three presidencies within the next 48 hours to resolve differences on the budget law. Ended 29/5

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