Parliament: We will not pass the borrowing law and refuse to make Iraq bankrupt

Parliament: We will not pass the borrowing law and refuse to make Iraq bankrupt

10:21 – 10/08/2020

Parliament - We will not pass the borrowing law and refuse to make Iraq bankruptBaghdad – Mawazine News
MP Mansour Al-Baiji confirmed, on Thursday, that the borrowing law will not be passed because it will lead Iraq to bankruptcy.
Al-Baiji said, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that “releasing the salaries of employees is not a favor from the government or any party whatsoever, but it is a natural right for state employees and no one has any credit for it. The Iraqi government must manage its affairs and not stand idly by as a result of the crisis.” The current country the country is going through. ”
He added, “The delay in paying the salaries of state employees has greatly damaged a large segment that depends on their livelihood on the salary, not to mention the damage to the general economy of the country due to the delay in the payment of employees’ salaries, which led to paralysis in the Iraqi markets.”
Al-Baiji added, “The Iraqi government must move quickly to find a solution to the economic crisis that the country is going through and provide quick solutions, especially since the whole world is going through this crisis, not Iraq, but the successful planning of these countries prevented it from a major crisis, as happened in Iraq.”
He explained, “The government should not rely on internal and external borrowing to solve the crisis and pay salaries because there are many other solutions that we hope the government will do to cross the economic crisis, and we will be inside the parliament in support of the government. As for the borrowing project, we will not allow it because it will lead the country towards bankruptcy and this We do not accept it. ” Ended 29 / A43

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