Parliamentary economy reveal dues peasants calling for the issuance of treasury remit
Parliamentary economy reveal dues peasants calling for the issuance of treasury remittances for funding
A commission of economy and investment in the House of Representatives, on Saturday, about the size of the peasants money owed by the government since 2014, and confirmed it is around four trillion Iraqi dinars, while calling for the issuance of treasury remittances for funding.
Said committee member Rep. Najiba Najib told a press conference held at the parliament building and attended (range Press), he was "three months ago and we are waiting for the Presidency of the Council of Representatives to inform government agencies to answer in a special session on the reasons for the delay dues of farmers for the years 2014-2015 and processors drafted by the government to pay those benefits. "
Najib added that "the government justify non-payment of dues of farmers that it does not have sufficient funds to cover those benefits," calling on the government to "the issuance of treasury bonds to secure the cash needed to pay the dues of farmers, estimated to pan areas B924 billion dinars in 2014, while the amount of receivables during the past year about 2015 trillion and 700 billion Iraqi dinars. "
Najib confirmed that "a large number of farmers in the province of Kurdistan did not receive any portion of their dues, amounting to 2014, about 148 billion dinars last year and in 2015, about 986 billion dinars."