An expected visit of an Iraqi delegation to Washington, and the “Dinar and Dollar” file is at the forefront of the talks
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein announced, on Saturday, that he will lead a high-ranking Iraqi delegation to visit the United States on the eighth of next February.
“The delegation, which includes economic officials and from the Central Bank, will hold meetings with senior US officials in Washington to discuss the issue of the dinar and the dollar, and the economic relations between the two countries,” Hussein said in an interview with the “Rudaw” network, followed by “Al-Iqtisad News”. link
Parliamentary Finance calls on the government to expedite sending the budget to Parliament
Member of the Finance Committee, Jamal Koujar, called on the government to expedite sending the budget to Parliament for reading and approving its projects.
In a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency ( NINA ), Cougar said , “The delay in approving the budget reflects negatively on the Iraqi citizen, the market, and economic projects, and the government, represented by the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance, must complete the draft budget and send it to Parliament and the Finance Committee to complete all readings and vote on laws and return them.” to the government for implementation.
He explained: “The delay in the budget came as a result of the newness of the government, i.e. the election of a new government on 10/15 of last year, which is the timing of sending the budget to the government, as well as the problems, obstacles and political conflicts.”
And Cougar called for expediting sending the budget to parliament to be voted upon, since most of the service projects and job grades are related to it. link
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