Masrour Barzani comments on the oil agreement:It will be the basis for the budget and the legislation of the oil and gas law
The Prime Minister of Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani considered, on Tuesday, the agreement reached by Erbil and Baghdad to resume Kurdistan’s oil, which will be a basis for proceeding with the legislation of the oil and gas law, and approving the financial budget in the country.
Masrour Barzani said in a joint press conference with Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani after that, that this agreement is temporary, and will be the basis for the budget and the legislation of the oil and gas law.
He added that stopping oil exports did not harm the Kurdistan Region only, but included all of Iraq, describing this agreement as strengthening relations between Erbil and Baghdad. link
The first reading is tomorrow and the second after the holiday.. A deputy sets the date for voting on the budget
Today, Tuesday, the representative of the coordination framework, Karim Aliwi, confirmed that there is a great parliamentary determination to expedite the approval of the budget law during the coming period.
Aliwi told (Baghdad Today) that “Parliament is determined to expedite the approval of the budget law during the next stage due to the importance of the law,” expecting that “the passing of the budget will be decided after only one month.”
He added that “Parliament will proceed with the first reading of the budget law tomorrow, Wednesday, and its second reading and vote on it will be after Eid Al-Fitr, and Parliament will work to make some amendments in the paragraphs and items of the budget, according to the powers granted to it, without any financial additions.”
Yesterday, Monday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee began discussing the 2023 budget law, in the presence of Finance Minister Taif Sami, while the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, confirmed that the next session will witness the first reading of the Federal Budget Law. link
MP expects to pass the general budget after making minor changes
Baghdad / Nina / MP for Basra province Ali Shaddad predicted the possibility of passing the tripartite budget law in the House of Representatives, while pointing out that it “may witness some partial changes.”
Shaddad said, in a press statement, that “the Parliamentary Finance Committee discussed the basics of the draft general budget law with the Minister of Finance and in the presence of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament,” pointing out that “tomorrow’s session, Wednesday, will witness the first reading of the general budget law.”
Shaddad predicted that “the budget law sent by the Council of Ministers will witness some minor changes, but it will be passed by the House of Representatives.”
Integrity announces coordination with 27 international and local bodies to recover smuggled funds
The Integrity Commission has intensified its coordination with 27 local and international bodies to cooperate in the files of claiming funds smuggled abroad and returning convicts, while revealing the existence of 32 files to recover these funds against people with special degrees and general managers during the past year .
The head of the Commission of Integrity, Judge Haider Hanoun, said in a statement reported by Al-Sabah newspaper, “Among the bodies that the Commission deals with to recover smuggled funds are 15 international organizations and ministries, including the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the International Center for Anti-Corruption in London, the World Bank and the Ministry of Justice in Britain.”
And the anti-corruption agency in the same country and the international organization Interpol, as well as the file of cooperation with the German agency, in addition to other international bodies.
And he indicated that here “as 12 of the local authorities that were also coordinated with in this file, including the Ministry of Justice, the Directorate of Arab and International Police, the National Intelligence Service, the Supreme Judicial Council, the Central Bank, the Office of Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing, and the Iraq Stock Exchange, as well as the Ministry of Commerce and the Registrar of Companies.” it, along with other local authorities.
Hanoun pointed out that “the authority is constantly working to coordinate and cooperate with international organizations to develop the performance of state institutions and develop the capabilities of workers, especially those concerned with the framework of combating corruption and money smuggling.”
He added, “The Commission revealed, through its investigative offices in Baghdad and the provinces, the existence of 32 files to recover funds prepared against those wanted by the courts with special grades, general managers and their ranks, in addition to a minister, general inspectors, a governor, a member of a provincial council, four general managers, and others of their rank.”
Source: Dinar Recaps
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