Parliamentary Finance: billions to be provided by al-Abadi reforms are going to fight and file displaced Daash

Author: BS, ZJ
Editor: BK, BS

12/8/2015 twelve eleven

Long-Presse / Baghdad
He confirmed a member of the financial committee of parliamentary, Wednesday, that the country is in dire need of billions provided by the government reforms to face the repercussions of the current economic crisis, indicating that the money was going to support the poor world and the slides for not pressing her need in the war against (Daash) and file displaced.

The member of the Committee, Najiba Najib, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The cabinet decision to cancel the vice presidents, ministers, and feminine ministries and independent bodies, and other reforms, provide to the state treasury funds worth billions of dinars," noting that "the country in dire need of those funds to face the repercussions of the economic crisis, caused by the fall in world oil prices, and the commitments required by Daash the face of terrorist gangs ".

It promised Najib, that "the government was forced to do those procedures to provide the necessary treasury of the Federal State funds," indicating that "the funds to be provided by those actions will not contribute to reducing prices in the domestic market, or to help the beneficiaries of the social protection network, or to increase the salary minimum, as some believe , because it certainly will go to priorities such as war on terror and to address the displaced file ".

The Prime Minister, Haider al-Abadi, taken last Sunday, (the ninth of August now 2015), package of reforms to improve the performance of government services and the fight against corruption, had the collective approval of the Council of Ministers on the same day, while the Iraqi parliament approved by an absolute majority, those reforms and reinforced by other additive package, on Tuesday.

Also it mentions that world oil prices have fallen nearly 60 percent over the past months, as much impact on Iraq's economy, which depends by more than the 95 percent oil revenues.