The regional government decides to send a delegation to Baghdad .. and Barzani: This is what Al-Kazemi promised us

The regional government decides to send a delegation to Baghdad .. and Barzani: This is what Al-Kazemi promised us

12/02/2020 15:39:30

The regional government decides to send a delegation to Baghdad .. and Barzani - This is what Al-Kazemi promised us{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan region held, today, Wednesday, its regular session headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani and in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani.
Barzani’s media office stated in a statement that Al-Furat News received a copy of it that “there is no party that cares about the lives and livelihood of citizens as much as the regional government, which has done everything in its power to secure the salaries of the Kurdistan region.
” To the people of Kurdistan, and we will never give up on it, and we will continue our talks with the federal government in order to guarantee our constitutional rights. ā€
The Prime Minister explained:ā€œ These days we were in constant contact with the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the Iraqi Council of Ministers, and we received a promise from them to resolve the issue of salaries within The next few days, but if the regionā€™s salaries do not arrive from Baghdad on time and for whatever reason, the Kurdistan Regional Government will fill the deficit through borrowing until the salaries allocated from Baghdad arrive, and then the borrowing amount will be repaid from the sums sent from Baghdad.
After the discussion and discussion, the Prime Minister directed, on behalf of the Council of Ministers, to start disbursing the salaries of October, starting tomorrow, Thursday, December 3, with a funding rate of 79 percent, and the Cabinet decided to send a government delegation to Baghdad as soon as possible. In order to defend the constitutional rights of the Kurdistan region.
In the second paragraph of the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister presented a draft review and organization of the fees charged in return for the services provided, and called for the expediting of sending data on expenditures and revenues of all ministries to the Supreme Committee with the aim of reorganizing them.
In the last paragraph of the meeting, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Kwestan Muhammad presented a project on special needs and disability allowances, and the Council of Ministers voted on it unanimously.

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