Deputy: The rise in oil prices calls on the government to take economic measures that serve the citizen
8th June, 2021
Member of Parliament, Representative Fadel Jaber, stressed, on Tuesday, theneed to take governmental economic measures, by exploiting thesignificant rise in oil prices in order to reduce the poverty rate andmake the eligible segments fair
Jaber said in a press interview, “Iraq needs a major economic rescue step, especially since many segments suffer from poverty, and this percentage increased after the measures taken by the government during the current year
He added that “thesurplus of oil prices should be optimally utilized in order for thecitizen to benefit from it, in addition to harnessing it to serve thepoor segments of the Iraqi people
Jaber explained, “Oil exceeded the $70 barrier, while the budget decided the price of a barrel of oil at $45, which requires the government to take economic measures to alleviate the burden of the citizen and exploit the surplus of oil imports to solve the current economic crisis LINK
Samson » June 8th, 2021
Parliamentary Economy: The government received $20 billion due to the rise in oil
14:24 – 06/08/2021
A member of the Parliamentary Economy and Investment Committee, Nada Shaker Jawdat, demanded, on Tuesday, the government to prepare a supplementary budget for the current year, according to the funds available to it as a result of the rise in oil prices, noting that preliminary estimates indicate that there are approximately 20 to 25 billion dollars obtained by the government due to the rise in prices. Oil prices, with a review of the exchange rate
Jawdat said in a statement to “Information”, that “the rise in oil prices in the global market since October of last year until now has led to the government’s financial failure,” noting that “preliminary estimates indicate that there are approximately 20 to 25 billion dollars. dollars obtained by the government as a result of high prices.”
She added, “The government, with this financial abundance, is required to prepare a supplementary budget for the current year and reduce the size of the financial deficit in the approved budget for this year.”
Jawdat called on the government to “review the decision to raise the dollar’s exchange rate towards the local currency, because it did not achieve its goal, but rather burdened the simple and poor classes with many burdens.”
A member of the Parliamentary Economy Committee, Falah Al-Khafaji, had warned in a previous statement that the political process would manipulate its age if the dollar’s rise continued. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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