With 25 trillion dinars, good news for lecturers and wages.. Learn about the details of the Food Security Law
The Chairman of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Hassan Al-Kaabi, announced that the committee will vote today, Monday, on the proposed emergency support law for food security and development, in order to submit it to a vote in the parliament before the end of the current legislative term.
Al-Kaabi said during the meeting of the Finance Committee, which was attended by Shafak News Agency’s correspondent, that “the Parliamentary Finance Committee held a meeting in the presence of the legal committees and the parliamentary martyrs, and the vote on the food security law will be before the end of the current legislative term.”
He pointed out that “there is agreement on the articles of the law according to the total amount, which is 25 trillion dinars,” explaining that “the Parliamentary Finance Committee will vote today on the articles and paragraphs of the Food Security Law, in order for the law to be ready to vote in the parliament session.”
Al-Kaabi pointed out that “the law included a financial allocation to the Ministry of Electricity to pay the dues of Iranian gas, as well as the dues of the lecturers, contracts and daily wages, while authorizing the Minister of Finance, as well as petrodollars, for the oil-producing and affected provinces to conduct military operations, and an amount was allocated to the institutions of martyrs and political prisoners.” He continued, “There are differences that will be resolved either within the Finance Committee or in the voting session on the law.”
The Iraqi parliament had completed, at the end of last May, the second reading of the proposed food security law, after discussing it during a regular session held under the chairmanship of Muhammad al-Halbousi and the presence of 250 deputies.
Yesterday, Saturday, Deputy Parliament Speaker Shakhwan Abdullah said, “We are not in favor of passing the emergency food security support law in its latest form because it includes unnecessary exchange doors that increase the risks of suspicions of corruption and waste of public money.”
Meanwhile, the Parliamentary Finance Committee denied the authenticity of the news that the amount allocated for the proposed emergency support law for food security and development exceeded 25 trillion dinars.
Parliament will hold a session to vote on the Food Security Law next Tuesday
A parliamentary source suggested, on Monday, June 6, 2022, that the House of Representatives will hold, tomorrow, Tuesday, a session to vote on the proposed law on emergency support for food security and .development
The source stated to the media, which were followed by the obelisk, that “it is likely that the House of Representatives “.will hold a session tomorrow to vote on the food security law And he indicated that it is “the last session of the first legislative term, as the recess will begin on the ninth of this month link
Hassan al-Kaabi: Tomorrow will be crucial on the vote on the Food Security Act
Baghdad – Nas
The chairman of the parliamentary finance committee Hassan al-Kaabi confirmed Monday that tomorrow will be crucial to the vote on the food security law, while indicating that its passage will be before the end of the legislative chapter.
The committee resumed its meeting today in the presence of members of the legal committee and the chairman of the martyrs’ committee,” al-Kaabi said in a speech at the finance committee meeting on the emergency support law, which was followed by Nas (June 6, 2022).
There is only this day left to vote on the paragraphs of the law, and there is agreement on the total financial allocations contained in it, which did not exceed 25 trillion dinars,” he said, adding that “financial allocations are distributed among the important and necessary sectors of the law concerning food security in the Ministry of Commerce such as ration card, purchase of local and imported wheat, and allocations of farmers, in addition to the allocations of the Ministry of Electricity from gas dues and debts incurred and gas import during the summer season.”
The allocations of lecturers, holders of certificates, contracts and daily wages were included in the law, with the authorization of the Minister of Finance to complete the necessary measures in accordance with the powers of the executive authority,” he said, adding that “it included allocations for social welfare providers, petrodollar amounts for oil-producing and refined provinces, and a sum of compensation for those affected by military operations and military errors, as well as amounts to the institutions of martyrs and prisoners who have been subjected to injustice to past periods, which have not authorized their budget over the past years.”
Al-Kaabi expressed the hope that “the House of Representatives will deal in accordance with the spirit of cooperation and keep it away from political compromises, and that the citizen will feel represented in the House of Representatives,” adding that “there are simple differences that will be resolved either in the House of Representatives or in the Finance Committee and all opinions are respected.”
“The Finance Committee will finish today voting on the law to be submitted tomorrow to the House of Representatives,” he said
Source: Dinar Recaps
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