Samson » July 19th, 2021
Al-Kazemi talks about Iran’s debts
The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced, on Sunday, the existence of a mechanism to pay the debts owed by Iraq in favor of Iran, while confirming that the completion percentage reached 85% in the file of the electrical connection with the Gulf countries.
The Prime Minister indicated that the Iraqi government “found a mechanism for the Iranian debt file,” noting that “political corruption spoiled the process of providing services to citizens, and that the country’s exposure to security and economic collapse was the reason behind accepting the prime minister’s job.”
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in a televised interview:
Al-Kazemi: We found a mechanism for scheduling Iranian debts
Al-Kazemi: We have to believe in the future, change reality in the elections… LINK
Ross » July 19th, 2021
Interesting choice of words…I wonder what that mechanism could be ??
After months of delays due to controversial clauses that almost led to political conflicts, Parliament passed the budget law for the current year, a law that most of its clauses are still suspended awaiting activation for implementation, for reasons that are still unknown.
(Maybe needs some mechanism to activate?)
Source: Dinar Recaps
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