Violent altercation between Abadi & Jabouri over employees salaries 1-6
Altercation "violent" between Haider al-Abadi and head of the Iraqi parliament, "Saleem al-Jubouri," .. the details and reasons? !!
Palm-saw last meeting between Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Parliament Speaker Salim al-sharp altercation because of the employees' salaries and the proposed compulsory license.
According to a source familiar with the details of the meeting, the officials of a long debate in the house of al-Jubouri, a proposal to grant employees vacation mandatory and a half salary, but the forestry situation legislative and executive branches referred the discussion to a sharp altercation between the two parties.
The source added that the request from al-Abadi al-Jubouri that the proposal that gets the support of Parliament, is that al-Jubouri told Ebadi: I'm with the proposal but you have made that decision in the Council of Ministers and the House of Representatives bear the brunt of stir public anger.
Abadi responded by saying: The monthly oil revenues do not block employees' salaries and not ahead of us, but deduct part of the government to continue in our work, otherwise we will be forced to bankruptcy state.
The disclosure of what took place in the key executive and legislative branches meet at a time and most likely finance minister, Hoshyar Zebari, the inability to staff the distribution of salaries for the month of April next year in the event of continued low oil prices, noting that there are other options to avoid it.
Zebari said in an interview, said that in the past year, we have succeeded in the distribution of salaries, but this year, according to estimates available to me, we have exposed to the problematic in the month of April may not be able to staff the distribution of salaries for that month, "pointing out that" this is a reality and must be people know. "
Zebari said, "There are seven million people are paid salaries of Iraq's total population of 36 million," noting that "the total amount to be distributed from the monthly salaries of four billion dollars."
And on the procedures to be followed if oil prices continued to decline, Zebari said, "There are several alternatives, including borrowing from international institutions a few of the benefits," adding that "Iraq has received a few days ago billion and $ 200 million from the World Bank."
He said Zebari, that "The other option is how to raise the Iraqi dinar exchange rate, and although it choose the risk and could have repercussions, but we thought of not granting full salaries, and to keep some of our loans, and give a document that we will give money when what provides we've got".
Zebari said that "from the sale of oil and receipt of the money options in place in advance, in addition to raising the price of water, electricity and fuel service option but it is not easy, any government applied be subject to the reactions of the citizens," stressing that "economic decisions painful, but it is said that any economic decision if not, it is not a painful decision.