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  1. The Iraqi President approves the federal budget for 2021 Iraqi President Barham Salih approves the 2021 budget April 08, 2021 2:06 PM Mubasher: The Iraqi President, Barham Salih, approved today, Thursday, the federal budget for 2021. The Presidency of the Republic said, in a statement, that the President of the Republic approved the financial budget, after the law reached the Presidency of the Republic from the House of Representatives after it was voted on in the Council. Saleh said that approval comes to secure the necessary needs of the Iraqi people, and to finance the salaries of employees and retirees and the necessary government expenditures in a way that achieves social justice for all regions of Iraq and all segments of society. Saleh added that approving the budget is an important step towards fulfilling the citizens' entitlement, stressing the need to adopt financial and economic reform and to support the departments concerned with implementing the budget provisions, and by concerting everyone's efforts to achieve what is hoped for in meeting the needs of citizens, supporting low-income classes, and providing job opportunities for young people. The President of the Republic stressed the need to support the various economic sectors in a way that contributes to supporting the goals of development and progress, indicating that approving the budget is an important step towards meeting citizens' entitlements, and strengthening the role of the departments concerned with implementing the budget’s provisions and with concerted efforts by everyone to achieve what is hoped for in meeting the needs of citizens and reconstructing the country. And take maximum measures to support low-income classes, provide job opportunities for young people, and continue the path of reform and combating corruption. Last Tuesday, the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives sent the Federal Budget Law for the fiscal year 2021 to the Office of the Presidency of the Republic. On March 31, the Iraqi Council of Representatives voted to pass the budget for the current year 2021, after months of deliberations between the committees of parliament and the government that ultimately resulted in deleting 5 articles of the budget law, and adding new items.
  2. Parliamentary Finance: The 2021 budget will be passed by consensus of the political blocs Yesterday, 18:28 503 Political Baghdad - INA - Noor Al-Zaidi , the Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed, today, Monday, that the 2021 budget will be passed in agreement with all political blocs. A member of the committee, Naji Al-Saeedi, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The vote on the budget will be at the end of this week," indicating that "the budget will not be passed without consensus." He added, "The budget will pass in agreement with all political blocs, including the Kurdish blocs," ruling out "voting on the budget by the majority." Al-Saeidy added, "If there had been a majority vote, negotiations would not have continued and the approval of the budget would have been delayed until this moment." Earlier, the Parliamentary Finance Committee announced the completion of all articles of the General Budget Law, and delivered a letter to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives since February 15, 2021, for the purpose of setting a date for voting on it.
  3. Parliamentary Finance: The current budget is the two-year budget, and this is the date for approval Economie 2021-02-07 | 14:30 20,990 Views Representative of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, said today, Sunday, that the current budget is the "two-year" budget, while indicating that the vote on the budget will take place at the beginning of next week. Cougar said during his speech to Alsumaria newsletter, "The current budget may be a two-year budget due to the proximity of the elections and their consequences." Regarding the committee's meeting with Al-Kazemi, he stressed that "the government has shown its willingness to implement what the Finance Committee deems in the House of Representatives, and the need to pass the budget away from political bickering and cacophony voices that do not want to be approved." Couger referred to "the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two financial oversight offices in the central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government," stressing that "what was agreed upon between Baghdad and Erbil and what was included in the budget in this regard was the complete conviction of both parties." In another context, a member of the Finance Committee affirmed that "the budget will approve the price of 42 dollars per barrel, and as long as oil prices continue to rise from the current price by about 60 dollars, there will be a cash surplus, and a supplementary budget is prepared for it." According to Cougar, "The Finance Committee asked Al-Kazemi, before going towards the vote, to hold a session that includes the Presidency of the Council of Representatives, the Prime Minister, the concerned ministers and heads of political blocs, to agree on the instructions for implementing the budget in order to avoid falling into the mistakes that we made during the previous budget." Voting on the budget at the beginning of next week. "
  4. Parliamentary Finance officially receives the budget and announces the date of the parliament session Time: 01/06/2021 15:06:36 Read: 3,055 times {Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced today, Wednesday, that it has formally received the draft federal budget bill for 2021. A member of the committee, Jamal Cougar, said in a press statement, "The committee has officially received a copy of the draft federal budget law for the current year 2021, from the Presidency of the House of Representatives." He added that "the House of Representatives will hold a session next Saturday to conduct the first reading of the budget bill," indicating that "the committee will make its observations on the draft budget law after the first reading." Cougar stressed, "The House of Representatives will not hold a session tomorrow, Thursday, to hold the first reading of the draft federal budget bill." And the media had reported news that the House of Representatives would hold a session tomorrow, Thursday, to hold the first reading of the draft federal budget bill for the current year 2021. It is noteworthy that the Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad al-Halbousi, announced on the 29th of last month the arrival of the government's 2021 fiscal budget bill and the extension of the current legislative term for one month, in order to complete many important legislations for the coming period, including the budget. His deputy, Bashir Al-Haddad, confirmed that "the legislative procedures to complete the federal budget law may take 20-30 days, and that the parliament will begin the first reading of the bill in early January." "Serious and intense discussions will take place towards reducing unnecessary expenditures in the budget law, and reducing the deficit ratio for the benefit of the middle classes, the poor and those with low incomes," he added. Ammar Al-Masoudi
  5. The government announces the arrival of the budget for next year to the House of Representatives 17:35 - 12/22/2020
  6. Erbil decides to send a delegation to Baghdad to defend the constitutional rights of the region 02/12/2020 17 Baghdad / Al-Mawred News Today, Wednesday, the Council of Ministers in the Kurdistan region decided to send a delegation to Baghdad to defend the constitutional rights of the Kurdistan region. The media office of the President of the Kurdistan government, Masrour Barzani, stated that "the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region held its regular session headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, and in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani." The Prime Minister indicated at the beginning of the meeting, 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." Barzani stressed, "The region's financial dues are legitimate rights for the people of Kurdistan, and we will never give them up, and we will continue our talks with the federal government in order to guarantee our constitutional rights." He added, "We were in constant communication these days 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 region’s salaries did not arrive from Baghdad on time and for whatever reason, then the regional government Kurdistan will fill the deficit by borrowing until the salaries allocated from Baghdad arrive, after which the borrowing amount will be paid from the sums sent from Baghdad. After discussion and discussion, the Prime Minister directed, on behalf of the Council of Ministers, according to the statement, "to start disbursing the salaries of October, starting tomorrow, Thursday, December 3, with a funding rate of 79 percent." The council decided, "to send a government delegation to Baghdad as soon as possible, with the aim of defending the constitutional rights of the Kurdistan region." In the second paragraph of the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister presented the "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 the allowances for people with disabilities and special needs, and the Council of Ministers voted on it unanimously."
  7. Al-Kazemi directs finance to send the 2021 budget to the Cabinet Secretariat 160 Policy 2020/11/12 15:42 ha Baghdad today - Baghdad On Thursday (November 12, 2020), the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, directed the Ministry of Finance to send a draft budget bill for next year to the Cabinet Secretariat. The Cabinet Secretariat said, in a statement received (Baghdad today), that "Al-Kazemi directed the Ministry of Finance to send the draft Federal Budget Law for the fiscal year 2021 to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers." She added, "The aforementioned directive stipulated the need to expedite this, in order to include the issue on the agenda of the Council of Ministers."
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