Deputy calls for the government to take swift action to overcome the financial crisis
Dated: December 21, 2015

BAGHDAD / News Network Iraq called on Deputy for the National Alliance, the government to speed up the development of options to overcome the crisis, falling oil prices and its impact on Ath.oukal Salem Amuslimawi resources in a statement today: "We have a big problem in security challenges and we must balance our capabilities and our potential with Daash today and stick Since we have to confront terrorism. "He added that" variable but by the prime minister for the country's vulnerability to the problem because of the low oil prices is true; but we have to move and the government to develop options quickly to overcome this crisis, ".ouhml Amuslimawi previous policies for the management of the state caused the fiscal deficit which is seen in the country "noting that" the decline in oil prices and the shortfall in the budget now all of that has to do with the previous policy ", stressing that" the lack of advance planning of what will happen today, Kalaatmad on other resources such as agriculture and industry, we will big mistake that occurred when the Iraqi state. " The global crude oil prices may have seen on Monday morning decline was the lowest in 11 years, having fallen to $ 36 as a result of renewed fears of an oversupply of oil in the world markets with production survival around the world at or near the high levels as standard in addition to the approaching entry of new oil supply Iran and the United States to Alosoaq.okan Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has confirmed through chaired Wednesday a meeting cell ministerial crisis on the importance of seeking prompt action to address the subsequent low in oil prices and the further implementation of the decisions taken by the government to support the private sector, particularly project lending to sectors which industrial, agricultural and Alascan.ooqr the House of Representatives last Wednesday in its budget in 2016 with a total expenditure of more than 105 trillion and 890 billion dinars deficit accounted for 22.8%, and on the basis of a price of $ 45 a barrel.