Parliamentary Finance is calling for digital data that clarifies some details of spending and the size of the total deficit

Parliamentary Finance is calling for digital data that clarifies some details of spending and the size of the total deficit

10/27/2020 16:25:42

Parliamentary Finance is calling for digital data that clarifies some details of spending and the size of the total deficit{Baghdad: Al Furat News} Today, Tuesday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee called on the government to provide digital data that clarifies some details of spending and the size of the total deficit.
A statement informing the Council, Al-Furat News received a copy of it, stated that “this came during the Presidency of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, chaired an expanded meeting of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, to discuss the provisions of the draft law on financing the financial deficit transferred by the government, as well as shedding light on what Stated in the white paper on economic reforms.
Al-Kaabi said during the meeting, “The next stage is the most difficult for our country, Iraq, in economic and financial terms, and this is what forces everyone to pass it in a scientific and thoughtful way without affecting the citizen’s life, livelihood and source of income.”
While he stressed, “the House of Representatives is keen to expedite the coverage of salaries of employees and retirees, social care, procedure and contracts,” noting that “the legislative and executive authorities are partners in the task of finding appropriate solutions to overcome this crisis, which we must take advantage of to search for remedies and sober solutions, whether they are temporary solutions related to a financial crisis.” Or solutions related to future economic growth. ”
The statement continued, “Representatives discussed during the meeting the most important things that came in the aforementioned draft law, demanding that there be digital data that clarify some details of spending and the size of the total deficit, so that they can be studied before the law is approved in its final form.”

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