Parliamentary Finance: international loan will affect the marital allowances for staff and it does not include Kurdistan

May 19, 2016 6:07
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Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed on Wednesday that the IMF imposed on Iraq abolition of marital allocations for employees and reduce the number of "aliens" functional Bdrjath against the Iraqi government to grant a financial loan of $ 15 billion, as pointed out that the two conditions will not encompass the Kurdistan region.

He said committee member Majda al-Tamimi told I followed news agency Buratha that "given the financial loan to Iraq by the Department of the International Monetary Fund between political parties such as pick because of their determination to get their lineage to their participation in the political process,"

indicating that "the IMF imposed two conditions on the Iraqi government in exchange for lending the money, including the abolition of marital allowances for staff in government departments, and undermine the number of astronauts and employees who are paid two salaries. "

She added that "the conditions imposed by the IMF would be limited to the central government, and will not include the Kurdistan region," adding that "financial loans will not contribute to resolving the current situation but also reduce special for all state departments expenses considered as a means to address the current economic crisis."

And handed the International Monetary Fund, on Tuesday, the Iraqi government a financial loan of $ 13 billion in interest rate of 1.5 percent.

And arrived Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, last Saturday, the Jordanian capital of Amman to resume negotiations with the International Monetary Fund in order to conclude a standby credit agreement, which will provide financial support to enable it to weather the financial crisis in the country.