Parliamentary Finance check in the loss of 8 trillion dinars in non-oil imports

December 21, 2015 4:44

Detection of the parliamentary finance committee member Husam punitive formation of a committee to uncover the truth about the fate of the size and financial revenue Tsthsalha state of the non-oil resources.

He said punitive in a statement that "non-oil revenues, which Tsthsalha federal government estimated in the current year budget with 12 trillion dinars, but the Muslim amount to the state treasury amounted to 4 trillion," adding that "the remaining amount of non-oil revenues is 8 trillion dinars, which Madfna to form Commission in order to know where that money went, and the delinquent in dealing with this serious economic profile. "

He explained that "the Commission will investigate the fate of the eight trillion dinars," and wondered "if has levied where is that money, and if you do not answer it must hold all of the cause not met to the state treasury."

Punitive and noted that "Iraq today is undergoing a severe financial crisis makes it imperative for everyone join hands to overcome them, and work hard in order to obtain the taxes and fees mobile phone companies," stressing that "the government to speed up the fulfillment of wages of those companies, which amounted to more than a billion dollars."

The House of Representatives has approved in its meeting last Wednesday of next year's budget in 2016 with a total expenditure of more than 105 trillion and 890 billion dinars, representing a deficit of 22.8%.

The total revenue which 81 trillion and 700 billion dinars oil revenues, which accounted for 69 trillion and 773 billion dinars The increase of 85.1% of total revenues.

The non-oil revenues amounted to more than 11 trillion and 927 billion dinars The increase of 13.6% of total revenues.

And formed the current expenditures [operating] a salary and other more than 80 trillion dinars, and increase of 76% [of total expenditures 105 trillion dinars] while capital expenditures were more than 25 trillion dinars, and increase of 23.8% a.