Maliki is close to the abolition of social benefits for the three presidencies of "insulting" to them


02.02.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - add comment -
(Rn) said close to Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the leader of the coalition of state law, on Thursday, said the work on the abolition of social benefits for the three presidencies "insult" to them, indicating that the reduction of those benefits can be considered in the House of Representatives. He took a number of members of the House of Representatives yesterday, including deputies of the State of Law coalition gather signatures to put the idea of the abolition of social benefits for the three presidencies in order to reduce the size of disbursements of the Iraqi state. According to the sources, benefits for the three presidencies of nine billion dinars by three billion every one of them. He said Salman al-Moussawi, told the Kurdish news agency (Rn ), "The move to collect signatures for the abolition of social benefits for the three presidencies working properly and will last to the problems." said Moussawi, that "the cancellation of the benefits of the three presidencies means an insult to her," pointing out that "the House of Representatives can be reduced, although it may reduced before. " He Moussawi that "the collection of signatures for the purpose of putting the issue in parliament does not necessarily mean consensus to cancel the social benefits," adding that "the House of Representatives can regulate disbursements of the Iraqi state in many sections, including the corruption files, contracts, and others." The raising of the issue abolition of the social benefits of the three presidencies as being the House of Representatives debates and described as "difficult" to the draft budget for 2012. The majority of the political blocs during the discussion session the day before yesterday objecting to the draft budget and confirmed that it will not vote upon it, unless with its observations raised by the former, particularly the Kurdistan Alliance bloc and the current Sadr. The current year budget and $ 100 billion approved by the government early last December, and it was hoped to proceed with the House of Representatives after the budget discussion in preparation for approval, but the emergence of political differences prevented it. From: Haider Ibrahim. Open: Abdullah Sabri




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