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Al-Sudani discusses with the representative of the International Monetary Fund the government’s plans for economic reform


On Thursday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani discussed with the Resident Representative of the International Monetary Fund in Iraq, Ghazi Shbeikat, cooperation in the field of supporting Iraq’s financial policies and plans.

The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement that the latter “met today with the resident representative of the International Monetary Fund in Iraq, Ghazi Shbeikat.”

The statement added, “During the meeting, they discussed Iraq’s relationship with the International Monetary Fund, and cooperation in the field of supporting financial policies and plans, in a way that contributes to achieving stability in the Iraqi economy.”

The statement continued, “The meeting witnessed a discussion of the importance of the financial and administrative reforms adopted by the government, and supporting its efforts to combat corruption.”  LINK


Parliamentary demands to quickly include the 2023 budget on the agenda: delaying it paralyzes the economic sectors


A member of the Parliamentary Oil, Gas and Natural Resources Committee, Zainab Al-Moussawi, called today, Thursday, for the Presidency of the House of Representatives to include the budget law for the year 2023 on the agenda in the upcoming sessions.

Al-Moussawi said, in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that “disrupting the approval of the federal financial budget for the year 2023 completely paralyzes the economic sectors in the country, in addition to the direct and broad impact on the lives of citizens, in light of the dependence of thousands of workers on investment projects related to the budget.”

Al-Moussawi called for “the need to include the financial budget law for the year 2023 on the agenda of the House of Representatives for the upcoming sessions, in order to approve it.”

Al-Moussawi indicated that “the financial budget represents the main tool for achieving the state’s general policies, whether economic, social or service, and it is a presentation of the government’s plans and annual programs that it prepares in response to challenges.”

The Council of Ministers had referred the draft federal budget law to the House of Representatives.   LINK


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