Ebadi, an adviser to: the financial crisis such as war and the government is working
Ebadi, an adviser to: the financial crisis such as war and the government is working hard to secure salaries
February 25, 2016 7:20
Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the government is working hard to secure the employees' salaries and expenses of the war, he said. "
He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh in a statement seen by news agency Buratha "The state will do what is most precious in the face of the financial crisis, as the level of the war, it is war, and like what there is a war on the ground against terrorism, and that Iraq is liberated in 2016 from terrorism Aldaasha must get out safely from the financial crisis and face difficulties as much as possible and the management of the funds, according to the priorities and every dinar spent in the right place and face the important commitments and according to the priorities of the budget. "
Salih stressed "it should be dedicated funding for the war expenses are, as well as salaries and working day and night by the government to secure it and it plans to be able to do so."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has indicated through hosted a session of parliament Saturday that the collapse in oil prices led to lower government expenditure at present to six trillion dinars per month, including the military expenditures and basic services, with an attempt to field to give the provinces and Wazzrarat to increase imports. "
And between, "it was the overall expenditure in most joints greatly reduced from 10 trillion dinars to six trillion dinars and will this month about four trillion dinars," noting that "the government is moving to Treasury bonds and Treasury remittances for the payment of salaries," pointing to "the existence of a move to get to support soft loans from abroad ".