Deputy: the operating budget threatened not to pay employees' salaries 9/20/2015
Deputy: the operating budget threatened not to pay employees' salaries
9/20/2015 0 Comments
[Baghdad - where] the National Alliance MP Ali al-Badri, said that the operating budget is threatened not to pay employees if oil prices remained below the high.
He said al-Badri, told all of Iraq [where], "The government suffers from many problems are an obstacle to the implementation of reforms, including security and economic situation, as the country is going through security and economic extremely critical conditions." He explained that "the price of oil goes down and large numbers of staff within the budget operational ", and he pointed out that" the operational side in the Iraqi budget is threatened not to pay salaries if oil prices remain in this class. "
He was a member of the parliamentary finance committee Masood Haider, confirmed that the employees' salaries for the remaining months of this year locked, where between for [where], "There is no indication that the employees' salaries danger, the state will be covered by insurance payroll, and we emphasized it again and again," stressing that "salaries for the coming months is available."
relies Iraqi state in the construction of the annual financial budget by about 90% on imports of the source of oil, and the resulting low prices crude since the middle of last year to a significant decline in Iraq's resources reaching its budget in 2015 about $ 100 billion deficit expected up to 25%.
The Ministry of Finance announced on 16 September of this, that the financial budget for 2016 estimated at more than 113 trillion dinars with the calculation of the revenues derived from the export of crude oil on the basis of the average price of $ 45 per barrel, adding that the total expenditure of more than 113 trillion dinars, which is low by about six trillion dinars from the budget last year, which was 119 trillion dinars, registered a deficit in the budget next year 26.5%, or about 30 trillion dinars, according to the draft budget published by the ministry on its Alaketrona.