The House of Representatives calling for political blocs and committees to hold a mee
The House of Representatives calling for political blocs and committees to hold a meeting Sunday to resolve the economic and security files
2016-05-12 11:43:01 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad
Called on the House of Representatives, on Thursday, the political blocs and parliamentary committees to hold a meeting next Sunday to resolve security and economic files, noting that the International Monetary Fund has told Iraq the need to edit the budget law to be reduced in order to hopefully disbursement of the loan during the coming period.
The council said in a statement that "due to criminal attacks that occurred on Wednesday against our people in Baghdad by al Daash terrorist after his heavy losses on the battlefield and the decline in his abilities on the front in the battle, it requires the unit in position and exceeded all political differences and conflicts narrow as Iraqi blood is more precious than the narrow benefits and security of Iraq , the most important of all political considerations and self-interest , "calling on " the political blocs and committees to hold a meeting next Sunday to resolve security and economic files. "
He said the council that " the International Monetary Fund has told Iraq the need to edit the budget law to be reduced in order to hopefully disbursement of the loan during the coming period , " noting that " the state treasury is not able to pay the salaries and benefits for the people without access to this loan it is now necessary to take legislative measures legal and necessary for this matter. "
The Council stressed that " the delay in the consideration of these files would expose Iraq to the real danger of terrorism and gives an opportunity to invest the political dispute and widen the gap between the parties and the continued targeting our people."
Baghdad has witnessed yesterday 's bloody three car bombs in Sadr City and Kadhimiya courtyard entrance of Aden city and street spring in the university district, killing 103 people and wounding 155 others.
Iraq is seeking recently to borrow from the International Monetary Fund to plug the shortfall in the budget for the current year, which amounts to 25 trillion dinars, after the fall in oil prices to low levels.