Iraqi parliamentary underlines the difficulty of paying employees' salaries for the coming months
Baghdad, September 20 (Petra) - Iraqi parliamentary revealed that the operating budget of the state is threatened not to pay employees if oil prices remained below the high.
And MP Ali al-Badri said in a press statement on Sunday that the government suffers from many Mchaclat are an obstacle to the implementation of reforms, notably the security and economic situation.
He added that oil prices are falling versus large numbers of staff within the operating budget, and if oil prices stay on the religious Iraqi government will not be able to pay salaries in the coming months.
But the parliamentary finance committee member Masood Haider confirmed that the employees 'salaries for the remaining months of this year locked, and there is no indication that the risk of employees' salaries, the state will be covered by insurance salaries. Iraqi state and relies on building the annual financial budget by about 95% on imports of oil exported to international markets, which constitutes a unilateral source of danger to the country's situation.