Its passage is awaiting this matter.. the government reveals the extent of the readiness of the 2022 budget
The Prime Minister’s Adviser for Financial Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, revealed today, Tuesday, the status of the next year’s budget and the obstacles it will face
Saleh said in a statement to (Baghdad Today) that “the state’s general budget for the next year is ready, and all budget numbers are ready in terms of the amount of its “.financial total and the volume of revenues and expenditures
And he indicated that “the method of legislating that budget is waiting for the formation of a parliament to choose a new government, and then that government “.sends it to parliament to take the path of legislation without any delay
And Saleh explained that “the prepared budget was realistic and thus guaranteed all “.financial possibilities, and this shows its readiness to vote link
Diyala Kurds: We Do Not Trust America.. It Is Behind 3 Curses That Struck Iraq
On Thursday, Kurdish figures in Diyala confirmed their rejection of the US presence in Iraq, pointing out that the United States was behind three “curses” that struck Iraq.
Akram Zangana, an independent politician, said in an interview with The Information, “The most important goals of America in Iraq are to destroy it and tear apart the unity of its components by fomenting strife and weakening its capabilities in all files without exception.”
Zangana added, “The Kurds do not trust America, which is behind 3 curses that struck Iraq, namely the terrorist organizations brought by the White House intelligence, in addition to its support for the establishment of a political system that relies on quotas to keep the country weak, not to mention the corruption that made its first steps.”
For his part, Jalil Al-Wandawi, a tribal figure, indicated that “the Kurds consider America an important part of Iraq’s problems, pointing out that the painful massacre of Al-Qaim is only a drop in the sea of the American series of crime in the country.”
Al-Wandawi explained, “America remains the source of crises in Iraq, and the expulsion of its forces is the beginning of the end of real stability in the country.” link
Al-Kazemi announces the provision of 12 billion dollars from the reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq
On Thursday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced the provision of $12 billion from the reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq.
Al-Kazemi said during the cabinet session held today, according to a statement issued by his office, of which “Nass” received a copy, (December 30, 2021), that “as a result of the white paper, and despite the difficult circumstances, the Corona pandemic and the collapse of oil prices, we were on the verge of the collapse of the regime.” Political and social, but we succeeded in providing more than 12 billion dollars from the reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq, and raising the international credit rating of Iraq internationally.
He added, “Iraq was close to being classified as a rogue state, but we succeeded in foreign relations, and within a short period, Iraq regained much of its regional, international, Arab and Islamic role, and we succeeded in improving our relations, as well as in embracing more than one meeting of brothers, friends and neighbors on the ground.” Baghdad… the land of peace. link
A government bank closes its doors for one day
Al-Rasheed Bank announced, on Thursday, directing its branches in Baghdad and the governorates to close the bank’s doors and stop withdrawal and deposit operations for Sunday, January 2, 2022.
The bank’s media office explained in a statement received by Mawazine News, that “the directive came for the purposes of implementation.” It is applied annually.
The statement added, “The bank will resume its business the next day.” Ended 29/N33 link
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