The Iraqi government is moving to remove the name of Iraq from the list of high-risk countries
Iraq is moving with unremitting government efforts to remove its name from the list of high-risk countries to get rid of some restrictions. The success of this mission, and in a political reading, depends mainly on the confidence of the whole world that Iraq is a safe country with no dangers. stable
At a time when the government is relying on the importance of removing the name of Iraq from the list of high-risk countries in the process of recovering the smuggled funds, economists believe that the government’s efforts to recover the funds will not succeed without international cooperation that lifts the immunity of the corrupt and their money outside Iraq
Iraq’s return to the environment of security and stability away from the list of risks will oblige everyone to cooperate with it. Therefore, Parliament must expedite the passage of the law to restore smuggled funds to support the government’s steps and strengthen it with legal frameworks, according to what observers see link
Parliamentary demands for the government to adopt a transparent fiscal policy regarding excess oil revenues
The Parliamentary Finance Committee called, on Wednesday, for the government to adopt a financial policy and announce how to dispose of the surplus funds from oil revenues after their prices rose globally, indicating that, the rise in revenues should go to address the deficit in the federal budget for the year 2021 .
Committee member Shirwan Mirza said that “the price of a barrel of oil was set in the budget law at 45 dollars, but the prices rose during the time to about 76 dollars .”
Merz added, “The government should use the revenues generated by the rise in oil prices to fill the deficit in the budget, and it must also send data on the increase in revenues to the Finance Committee and ways to use it .”
He explained that “the government can use the imports generated from the increase in oil prices to bridge the financial deficit or to deliver the revenues to the Central Bank of Iraq to raise the financial reserve .”
International oil prices continue to rise, reaching more than 77 dollars per barrel, while the government estimates prices at about 45 dollars within the current year’s budget link
International Coalition: Ain al-Assad base was attacked by 14 missiles
Shafaq News/ The international coalition reported that the Ain al-Assad base in Anbar, western Iraq, was bombed with 14 missiles, wounding three people on Wednesday.
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the coalition said, “At 12:30 local time, Ain Al-Assad air base was bombed with 14 missiles.”
He added that “the missiles fell on the base and its surroundings,” noting “the activation of defensive measures to protect the force.”
The coalition indicated that “initial reports indicate that there were 3 minor injuries.”
The missiles were launched from the Al-Masasa area in Al-Baghdadi district of Hit district, west of Anbar, a security source told Shafaq News.
The source said, “The Iraqi security forces cordoned off the Al-Baghdadiah district completely in an attempt to arrest the perpetrators of the missile attack.”
The source pointed out that “the partial demolition of a mosque and the burning of a house and shop, as a result of the missile bombing on the base, and the response by the American side using the defense system.”
A source had told Shafaq News that the American response to the missile launch site caused the burning of four houses and the car that was carrying the missile base.
And the base, which hosts US soldiers, is exposed to frequent attacks, the latest of which was an attack with three missiles on Monday, without causing any casualties.
This attack comes the day after a booby-trapped drone attack targeting Erbil airport.
Source: Dinar Recaps
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