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02/12/2017 12:00 AM 

The Finance Committee is divided between abolishing salary deductions and keeping them 

Baghdad / Al-Sabah
The House of Representatives is due to start the first reading of the draft budget bill for the year 2018 after its arrival in parliament last Wednesday.

According to committee member Mahasen Hamdoon al-Dali for «morning», «the Finance Committee will begin on Saturday the first reading». While Hamdoun predicted that "the percentage of employee deductions will remain 3.8, as was the case in the budget last year," Haitham al-Jubouri, a member of the committee, said in a statement quoted by Al-Iraqiya news channel, "seeking to cancel the financial deductions from salaries of employees and retirees." "Jubouri said that« the budget of 108 trillion dinars imports 86 trillion and a deficit of 22 trillion dinars ». 
It is noteworthy that today's session is extraordinary to vote on the election law.
The government spokesman Dr. Saad al-Hadithi has recently announced that «the draft budget law for the next year will change the share of the Kurdistan region, commensurate with the population and to ensure a fair distribution of the wealth of the country», while the financial adviser to the Prime Minister appearance of Mohammed Saleh "The budget of 2018 is based on the activation of non-oil resources such as electricity and customs duties," he said, referring to "the government's intention to apply electricity tariffs in all governorates early next year to reduce financial waste in the electricity sector and support the poor class in society."

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The coalition of Iraqi forces, on Saturday, refused to attend the session of the parliament, which discusses the public budget because of the lack of provisions for displaced persons and compensation areas affected by military operations against the organization is calling. 

The coalition MP, Nasr al-Jubouri, said that the coalition will boycott the parliamentary session scheduled today, which includes discussion of the budget in 2018 until the approval of the Council of Ministers on the demands made by the coalition on the dues of the displaced, and compensation of areas affected by the war against the organization. 

Jubouri added that 'the coalition submitted objections to the Prime Minister on the demands of the provincial deputies affected, which was the inclusion of major projects in areas that witnessed military operations, as well as the allocation of ration card amounts and for three years to residents of areas under the control of the organization Daadash.

"The coalition also calls for the launch of appointments in those areas after a halt for three years, while appointments were continuing to the rest of the Iraqi provinces during the period of the control of the Dahesh on the province of Nineveh and parts of Salah al-Din and Anbar. 

The head of the coalition of forces in parliament, Salah al-Jubouri, said in a statement, recently, that the document submitted to the Council of Ministers contains eleven detailed points in which the block's objection to the budget law for several reasons, including the absence of interest-free loans to residents of the areas under the control of Dahesh and others .

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Documents .. Alliance of forces objected to the budget of 2018 .. What are the reasons!

 

 From 2017-12-01 at 17:17 (Baghdad time)

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The Alliance of Forces recorded its objection to a number of paragraphs of the federal budget for 2018.

According to documents obtained by Mawazin News, "the objections include the absence of the budget from talking about interest-free loans to the residents of the liberated areas, which have been under the control of an advocate, enabling the residents of those areas to build their homes."

The documents added that "there is no budget in the budget for employees (salaries of savings) that have not been paid for three years," as the Alliance of forces recorded his objection to several points in the budget, including free of appointments to the permanent owners, and the working mechanism of the Fund for the reconstruction of regions Edited ".

The budget has been sent to the 2018 to the House of Representatives, while keeping the reduction of the share of the Kurdistan region to 12.67%.

 

 

 

 

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Kurds refuse to reduce the share of the province in the budget of 2018

 

 Since 2017-12-02 at 12:17 (Baghdad time)

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The Islamic Group of Kurdistan, on Saturday, rejected the Kurdish deputies to reduce the share of the province in the budget of 2018.

The MP for the group Zana Said, for / Mawazin News /, "The Kurdish deputies will not vote on the budget of 2018 after reducing the share of the region."

"Said Said," It was usual to vote on previous budgets to be compatible between the political blocs, and if Parliament chose the path of the majority this time, I mean blowing up the partnership process. "

He continued: "We will try to convince deputies in the parliamentary committees not to agree to reduce the proportion of the region," noting that "the proportion was adopted on the basis of population density, but without a census to know the population of the province and this means a violation of law."

Saeed pointed out that "the Kurdish deputies will have other positions in the event that the parliamentary blocs insisted on imposing the budget by majority and reduce the share of the region."

And reduced the proportion of Kurdistan region in the budget of 2018, to 12.67%, after it was 17%

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The Research Department of the Budget Department of the House of Representatives announced the executive summary of the budget of Iraq since the year (2005-2016). 

The Department said in a statement received 'news agency', a copy of it 'The central government has made payments from the federal budget to the Kurdistan Region for the period (2005 - 2016) about (89,130,601) million dinars, (eighty-nine trillion and one hundred and thirty billion and six hundred and one Million dinars). 

The statement added that the total revenues received from the region and registered with the Federal Ministry of Finance for the period (2005-2016) amounted to (2,273,430) million dinars (two trillion two hundred and seventy-three billion and four hundred million dinars).

He pointed out that this is the net amount paid by the federal government after excluding the revenues registered with the Federal Ministry of Finance for the Kurdistan Region (86,857,171) million dinars, (sixty-six trillion and one hundred and seventy-seven billion and one hundred and seventy-one million dinars), that is, the amount of funding is greater than revenues. 

The statement said that the total imports of crude oil exported by the Kurdistan Region (without notice to the federal government) and outside the federal budget for the period (2014-2016) amounted to (21,217,520) million dinars, (twenty one trillion and two hundred and seventeen billion and five hundred and twenty million dinars).

The statement added that the net amounts paid by the central government to the Kurdistan Region after excluding the revenues of the region registered with the Federal Ministry of Finance from (2005 - 2016) will be the amount of approximately (108,074,691) million dinars, (one hundred and eight trillion seven hundred and six billion six hundred and one Ninety million dinars).

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The convening of the special parliament session under the chairmanship of Jubouri and the presence of 167 deputies

 

 Since 2017-12-02 at 12:53 (Baghdad time)

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On Saturday, the House of Representatives held an extraordinary session under the chairmanship of its chairman Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 167 deputies.

A parliamentary source told Mawazine News that "the council held an extraordinary session today under the chairmanship of its chairman Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 167 deputies."

It is scheduled to complete the first reading of the Federal Budget Law of the Republic of Iraq for the fiscal year 2018, and the report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. (45) for the year 2013 (Legal Committee) (1 article).

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Aram Sheikh: Kurds will be forced to agree to reduce the share of the province in the budget of 2018 and reason !!

02-12-2017 12:51 PM
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Deputy Speaker of the Parliament MP for the Kurdish Change Movement, Aram Sheikh Mohammed, on Saturday, he believes that the Kurdistan region will be forced in the end to agree to reduce its share of the federal budget for the year 2018 for a strong reason, while pointed out that the Kurdish MPs will attend the sessions of discussion and vote on them. 

Sheikh Mohammed said in a statement that 'the next budget approved the share of Kurdistan from the general budget, including the share of Peshmerga forces,' but hinted that, although the budgets of previous years passed from the House of Representatives in the absence of Kurdish blocs, and that the Kurdish side did not adhere to those budgets in the past , It is different this year, because the Kurds are forced to accept what came in the budget for next year '. 

He attributed the reason for this acceptance to the 'current resources are not enough to meet the needs of the region of funds because of the closure of border crossings and the decline of oil resources'.

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Deputy reveals to / Mawazine News / reasons to raise the budget of 2018 of the parliament session

 

 Since 2017-12-02 at 14:42 (Baghdad time)

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Revealed MP in the parliament Safa al-Ghanim, Saturday, the reasons for raising the budget of 2018 of the extraordinary session of the Parliament, pointing to the objections of the blocks on paragraphs concerning the displaced and oil-producing provinces.

Al-Ghanim told Mawazine News that "many objections by the political blocs led to the lifting of the budget of 2018 from the session of the extraordinary parliament held today."

He added that "the coalition of Iraqi forces objected to paragraphs concerning the displaced, as well as the opposition of representatives of the oil-producing provinces, ie the central and southern provinces not to give their shares in full."

Al-Ghanim pointed out, "the objection of the Kurds as well as the share of the province in the budget."

The House of Representatives held an extraordinary session to complete the first reading of the Financial Budget Law of 2018 and discuss the proposed amendment of the Law of Elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. (45) of 2013 (Legal Committee) (Article 1).

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Iraqi government spokesman reveals to "Khandan" information on the sending of salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region

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The Iraqi government spokesman announced on Saturday, the completion of audit lists of salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region. 

Saad al-Hadithi said in a statement to "Khandan", that the federal government completed the audit procedures in the payrolls of employees of the Kurdistan region. 

Al-Hadithi added that for the purpose of sending the salaries of the region's employees, we are waiting for the approval of the draft budget law and reaching a political agreement between Baghdad and the region.

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Agenda of the extraordinary session Saturday (2) December 2017

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First , read verses from the Koran.

Second: Report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. (45) for the year 2013. (Legal Committee). (1 article).

Third: First reading of the draft federal budget bill for the Republic of Iraq for fiscal year 2018. (Finance Committee). (48 articles).

The session begins at 11 am.

 

http://ar.parliament.iq/2017/12/02/جـــــــدول-اعمـــال-الجلســـــة-ا/

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The House of Representatives concludes in an extraordinary session read the amendment of the law of elections of the House of Representatives

The House of Representatives ended its special session held under the chairmanship of Dr. Salim Jubouri, Speaker of the House of Representatives and the presence of 167 deputies on Saturday 2/12/2017, read and discuss the proposed law to amend the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives. 
At the beginning of the session, President al-Jubouri thanked the ladies and gentlemen of the deputies for attending the extraordinary session, which demonstrates their sense of responsibility in passing some important laws, including the law of the elections of the Council of Representatives and provincial council elections. He pointed out that the representatives of Kirkuk in the House of Representatives will hold a meeting to resolve points of disagreement on what concerns the elections, The Electoral Commission is waiting to be resolved.
On the draft federal budget law for the fiscal year 2018, the President of the House of Representatives on the arrival of the draft budget law to the Council last Wednesday evening and was referred to the Legal Committee for study and receipt of observations regarding it will also be held a series of meetings between the parliamentary blocs and the Executive Authority to discuss some paragraphs, Noting the possibility of holding an extraordinary session in accordance with the contexts followed to present the draft budget law. 
The Council ended the reading of a report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. (45) for the year 2013 and submitted by the Legal Committee. 
In the interventions of Ladies and Gentlemen MPs MP Riyad Gharib stressed the importance of not less than 30 years of candidacy candidate at the time of nomination with the mandatory candidates of the special class to submit their resignations before 3 months of the elections.
MP Adnan al-Janabi called for the formation of lists of cross-sectarian, ethnic and ethnic, proposing to make Iraq a single constituency. 
The MP Joseph Saliwa not to limit the nomination to the membership of the House of Representatives candidate with a bachelor's degree. 
MP Mahmoud Reza expressed his support for the need to reduce the age of the candidate for parliamentary elections to 25 years, calling for the lifting of the special vote and make it in one day. 
For his part, said MP Ammar Tohma that the proposed law will consolidate the dominance of political forces on the candidates and does not achieve equity and reward opportunities and change, suggesting the adoption of the highest votes for candidates in the electoral district, regardless of belonging to the lists. 
MP Awad Al-Awadi called for reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives, to allocate 10% of candidates in the electoral list of holders of the certificate of preparatory school.
MP Shorouq Abayji pointed out that the candidate should not be covered by an amnesty for financial or administrative corruption, indicating that the candidate would guarantee a share of the trade unions in the nomination lists. 
MP Talabani pointed to the importance of ensuring the participation of women and winning in the parliamentary elections, demanding the increase of the Fili Kurds a seat in Baghdad. 
MP Mohammad Naji confirmed his support for the candidate for the elections to have a certificate of preparatory school and that the age of candidacy 30 years. 
MP Adnan al-Asadi pointed out the importance of avoiding the synchronization of the date of the elections with the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan as well as the need to not be a candidate of the rank of director general or governor or deputy minister before the elections three months so as not to exploit his position.
MP Najeeb Najib said that obtaining a strong parliament based on a cohesive political process would be a return to the single constituency, according to St Lego, 1.4 or 1.6 according to the electronic vote in order to ensure the development of the electoral system. 
MP Salah al-Jubouri suggested that the governorate should be a group of electoral districts in relation to the population and that the candidate should submit a resignation from his post before six months before the elections. 
For his part, MP Kazem al-Sayadi demanded that the dual citizenship campaign be banned from participating in the elections. 
MP Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum stressed the need to keep the preparatory certificate of the candidate for the elections. 
MP Raad al-Dahlaki demanded that the candidate who receives the membership of the House of Representatives give up the dual nationality he holds.
He called MP Yonadam Kanna to find the Electoral Commission for a state that preserves the privacy of representatives of the quota in order not to exploit the large blocks of seats in the Christian quota. 
MP Ali al-Shukri suggested setting the candidate's age to 25 years, in addition to putting an explicit text prohibiting the winning MP from moving to a bloc other than his first bloc. 
MP Hanan al-Fatlawi asked to change the date of the elections and make it on a holiday and find solutions to vote the effective security units as well as reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives to 275 deputies. 
He stressed the need to create the conditions and environment for voters in the liberated areas and include the obligations of the Council of Ministers in the law of the elections of the Council of Representatives in addition to the resignation of an important position before the elections by six months. 
In turn, MP Haneen Qaddou called for making public and private voting at the same time to reduce voting cases more than once.
MP Hassan Salem said that the mechanism of voting on the basis of multiple constituencies in one governorate allows equitable representation of candidates. 
MP Zafer al-Ani asks how to give the elected legislature the authority to choose the government cab, which is less efficient and educational. 
MP Mahdi Khalil pointed out that the vacancy should be compensated for the highest voter on the electoral list. 
In response to the interventions, the competent committee stressed the consideration of the proposals of the ladies and gentlemen, asking the presidency of the council to give the committee an opportunity to present the law proposal to vote for two weeks, noting that the age of nomination of 28 represents a proposal for the Council the right to accept or reject it. The member of the House of Representatives shall have a good academic achievement up to the university certificate or the preparatory certificate according to the vote of the ladies and gentlemen of the deputies.
President Jubouri directed the Legal Committee to take the remarks of the ladies and gentlemen and put a final version of the bill before the day 20/12 to complete the vote on the law.

President al-Jubouri announced the convening of an extraordinary session on Sunday 3/12/2017, especially the budget, calling on the parliamentary blocs to submit their proposals and observations on this matter. 
The Presidency then decided to adjourn the meeting. 
The Iraqi 
Council of Representatives 
2/12/2017

 

http://ar.parliament.iq/2017/12/02/مجلس-النواب-ينهي-في-جلسة-استثنائية-قرا/

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Parliament ends reading amendment of the law of elections and holds a special session tomorrow, especially the budget

In the policy of  December 2, 2017 to Parliament ends reading the amendment of its election law and holds an extraordinary session tomorrow, especially the closed budget 44 visits

 
 

BAGHDAD / SNG - The House of Representatives in its extraordinary session held under the chairmanship of Salim al-Jubouri, Speaker of the House of Representatives and the presence of 167 deputies today, read and discuss the proposed law to amend the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives. 
A statement by the Information Department of the House of Representatives received a copy of SNG today that "at the outset of the meeting, President Jubouri thanked the deputies for attending the extraordinary session, which demonstrates their sense of responsibility in passing some important laws, including the law of the elections of the Council of Representatives and provincial council elections, noting that the representatives of Kirkuk in the Council The deputies will hold a meeting to resolve the points of disagreement on what is related to the provincial elections that the Electoral Commission waiting for resolution.
On the draft law of the federal budget for the fiscal year 2018, d President of the House of Representatives on the arrival of the draft budget law to the Council last Wednesday evening and was referred to the Legal Committee for consideration and receipt of observations regarding it will also be held a series of meetings between the parliamentary blocs and the Executive Authority to discuss some paragraphs, Referring to the possibility of holding an extraordinary session in accordance with the contexts followed to present the draft budget law. The Council ended reading a report and discussion of the proposed amendment to the law of elections of the Iraqi Council of Representatives No. 45 of 2013 and submitted by the Legal Committee. 
In the interventions of deputies MP Riad Gharib stressed the importance of not less than the age of the candidate for 30 years at the time of nomination with the mandatory candidates of the special class to submit their resignations before 3 months of the elections. 
MP Adnan al-Janabi called for the formation of lists of cross-sectarian, ethnic and ethnic, proposing to make Iraq a single constituency.
The MP Joseph Saliwa not to limit the nomination to the membership of the House of Representatives candidate with a bachelor's degree. 
MP Mahmoud Reza expressed his support for the need to reduce the age of the candidate for parliamentary elections to 25 years, calling for the lifting of the special vote and make it in one day. 
For his part, said MP Ammar Tohma that the proposed law will consolidate the dominance of political forces on the candidates and does not achieve equity and reward opportunities and change, suggesting the adoption of the highest votes for candidates in the electoral district, regardless of belonging to the lists. 
MP Awad Al-Awadi called for reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives, to allocate 10% of candidates in the electoral list of holders of the certificate of preparatory school. 
MP Shorouq Abayji pointed out that the candidate should not be covered by an amnesty for financial or administrative corruption, indicating that the candidate is to guarantee a share of the trade unions in the nomination lists.
MP Talabani pointed to the importance of ensuring the participation of women and winning in the parliamentary elections, demanding the increase of the Fili Kurds a seat in Baghdad. 
MP Mohammad Naji confirmed his support for the candidate for the elections to have a certificate of preparatory school and that the age of candidacy 30 years. 
MP Adnan al-Asadi pointed out "the importance of avoiding the timing of the elections coinciding with the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, as well as the need to not be a candidate of the rank of director general or governor or deputy minister before the elections three months so as not to exploit his position. 
MP Najeeb Najib said that obtaining a strong parliament based on a cohesive political process would be a return to the single constituency, according to St Lego, 1.4 or 1.6 according to the electronic vote in order to ensure the development of the electoral system.
MP Salah al-Jubouri suggested that the governorate should be a group of electoral districts in relation to the population and that the candidate should submit a resignation from his post before six months before the elections. 
For his part, MP Kazem al-Sayadi demanded that the dual citizenship campaign be banned from participating in the elections. 
MP Ibrahim Bahr al-Ulum stressed the need to keep the preparatory certificate of the candidate for the elections. 
MP Raad al-Dahlaki demanded that the candidate who receives the membership of the House of Representatives give up the dual nationality he holds. 
He called MP Yonadam Kanna to find the Electoral Commission for a state that preserves the privacy of representatives of the quota in order not to exploit the large blocks of seats in the Christian quota. 
MP Ali al-Shukri suggested setting the candidate's age to 25 years, in addition to putting an explicit text prohibiting the winning MP from moving to a bloc other than his first bloc.
MP Hanan al-Fatlawi asked to change the date of the elections and make it on a holiday and find solutions to vote the effective security units as well as reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives to 275 deputies. 
He stressed the need to create the conditions and environment for voters in the liberated areas and include the obligations of the Council of Ministers in the law of the elections of the Council of Representatives in addition to the resignation of an important position before the elections by six months. 
In turn, MP Haneen Qaddou called for making public and private voting at the same time to reduce voting cases more than once. 
MP Hassan Salem said that the mechanism of voting on the basis of multiple constituencies in one governorate allows equitable representation of candidates. 
MP Zafer al-Ani asks how to give the elected legislature the authority to choose the government cab, which is less efficient and educational.
MP Mahdi Khalil pointed out that the vacancy should be compensated for the highest voter on the electoral list. 
In its response to the interventions, the committee stressed the need to take into consideration the proposals of the deputies, asking the Presidency of the Council to grant the Committee an opportunity to offer a two-week proposal to vote, noting that the nomination age of 28 represents a proposal to the Council the right to accept or reject it, pointing out that the current stage requires that the A member of the Council of Representatives has a good academic achievement up to the university certificate or the preparatory certificate according to the votes of the deputies. 
President Jubouri instructed the Legal Committee to take the remarks of deputies and put a final version of the proposed law before 20/12 to complete the vote on the law. 
President Jubouri announced the convening of an extraordinary session on Sunday, especially the budget, calling on the parliamentary blocs to submit their proposals and observations on this matter.
The Presidency then decided to adjourn the meeting.

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Parliamentary Finance: Preparing a comprehensive report on the 2018 budget observations

Parliamentary Finance: Preparing a comprehensive report on the 2018 budget observations
 
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A member of the Finance Committee of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, said Saturday that the members of the Committee are working on the preparation of a report containing comprehensive observations on the budget bill next year 2018.

"The members of the committee are currently preparing observations on the draft budget for 2018," Sarhan Hassan told Xinhua News Agency. "These observations will be brought together in a comprehensive report for discussion in parliament."

Hassan said that "the draft budget will be discussed in all respects before being put before the parliament to vote."

The total value of the budget next year approved by the Council of Ministers last month, 108 trillions and 113 million dinars (about 91 billion dollars), while the volume of revenue 85 trillion dinars (72 billion dollars) and the deficit 22 trillion dinars (about 19 billion dollars).

The draft draft budget approved the export rate of oil of 3 million 800 barrels per day, including 250 thousand barrels of oil in the Kurdistan Region, and 300 thousand barrels of Kirkuk oil province.

 
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The draft draft budget approved the export rate of oil of 3 million 800 barrels per day, including 250 thousand barrels of oil in the Kurdistan Region, and 300 thousand barrels of Kirkuk oil province.

 

OK, so 250,000 + 300,000 = 550,000 barrels per day of crude oil. I am trying to figure out if this is an old article or what. The Kurdistan region's percentage was not listed here. I am also unsure why 300,000 barrels per day of Kirkuk oil is included here inferring Kirkuk oil is somehow under the Kurdistan region's autonomy.

 

The earlier percentage ratio in the budget of 12.67%/17% x 550,000 barrels per day = nominal 410,000 barrels (160,000 barrels per day that seem to need to be added to the 250,000) per day from the Kurdistan's three governorates (without Kirkuk) so I am wondering how Article 140 could be implied here except that Kirkuk is divided up into two governorates where one goes to the Kurdistan region and the other to Baghdad. Without some agreement on the handling of Article 140, I am wondering how the budgeted "550,000 barrels per day of crude oil to Baghdad from the Kurdistan region governorates" and the budgeted percentage to the Kurdistan governorates (12.67% vs. 17%) applies without some Article 140 agreement on Kirkuk with possible division of the governorate land and/or the crude oil reserves with crude oil production.

 

Companion news with nominally 200 corruption files (people) in the Kurdistan governorates would seem to accelerate whatever is going to happen to provide the necessary short to long term Security and Stability with these 2018 budget (and beyond) and Article 140 issues.

 

We wait and see. :rocking-chair:

 

In the mean time................................

 

Go Moola Nova (YEAH!!!)!!!

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MP from the coalition of state law Kazim Sayadi, Saturday, a signed request of 50 deputies to the Presidency of the Parliament to include a paragraph in the law of elections of the House of Representatives prevents dual nationals from running for the elections of the House of Representatives . 

The four-page document includes the signatures of the deputies participating in the signing campaign, from the Office of the MP for the coalition of state law Kazim Sayadi, demanding the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Salim Jubouri, to approve the inclusion of a paragraph in the law of elections of the House of Representatives prevents dual nationals from running for membership of the House of Representatives .

 

It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives has held, earlier in the Saturday, its special session scheduled under the chairmanship of the President of the Council Salim al-Jubouri and the presence of 167 deputies .

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The House of Representatives begins the discussion of the budget of 2018

 

 Since 2017-12-03 at 12:35 (Baghdad time)

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The House of Representatives began on Sunday to discuss the 2018 budget.

A parliamentary source told Mawazine News that "the Council held this afternoon, a dialogue session in which discussed the general budget for 2018."

The House of Representatives raised the general budget for 2018 yesterday, from its agenda after the objection of some political blocs

 

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Sunday, 3 December

 

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
, said a parliamentary source, Sunday, that the House of Representatives held its extraordinary and began discussing the financial budget law for 2018. 

The source said in an interview with Alsumaria's News, "The House of Representatives held shortly before, an extraordinary session." 

The source, who asked not to be named, that "the parliament began to discuss the financial budget law for 2018." 

It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives held, on Saturday, an extraordinary session was scheduled to witness the first reading of the draft budget budget, but the meeting rose to today without reading the draft law.

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The Speaker of the House of Representatives: The draft budget shall be referred to the Financial Committee. The Committee shall collect all the observations and shall be authorized by the Presidency to reach an agreement with the Government to introduce amendments to the budget and prepare a final version.

 
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URGENT: Parliament passes the budget to the Finance Committee and raises its meeting to next year

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URGENT: Parliament passes the budget to the Finance Committee and raises its meeting to next year

 

03-12-2017 01:15 PM

 

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Referring the Presidency of the Parliament Parliament Budget to the Finance Committee to negotiate with the Government on the conduct of some amendments and resolving the problems in them.

The Euphrates news that the parliament decided to raise its meeting to 2018/1/2.

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Date of release: 2017/12/3 13:48 • 135 times read
Authorizing the parliamentary finance to amend the budget by understanding with the government
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Speaker of the House of Representatives, Salim al-Jubouri, the referral of the draft financial budget for the year 2018, to the parliamentary Finance Committee.
Jubouri said in a special session of parliament, on Sunday, that "the draft budget was referred to the Finance Committee and in turn will collect all the observations and authorized by the Presidency of the Parliament for understanding with the government to introduce amendments to the budget and prepare a final version, and be notified to the Presidency of the Council to be determined another special session To display. " 
The House of Representatives held today an extraordinary session to discuss the bill of the budget of 2018. Ended
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Looks to me like this isn’t happening until 2018. Can’t vote on the HCL/art. 140 when they are on vacation. It has to happen at some point, just not any time soon. 

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