The parliamentary Finance Commission to count the presidential palaces and evaluated

An economy Since 2016-05-19 11:02 p.m. (Baghdad time)

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The parliamentary Finance Committee unveiled a Sarhan Ahmed, Thursday, from going to form a Committee to count the number of presidential palaces and evaluated, among the conditions experienced by Iraq has delayed its formation.

Ahmad/balance there, "news faith go to form a Committee to assess the numbers and amounts of the presidential palaces," adding that it "has been discussed in many meetings of the parliamentary Finance Commission from counting the number of presidential palaces and evaluated according to the law of the sale and rent of State money, which stipulates the formation of a Committee to this effect.

He stressed that "this serious step and set up committees to count all the State money by reviewing land registration records in areas where such property to access accurate information would restore that property if signed in mind by persons".

He noted that "another country's envelope forming this Committee", noting that "there is no intention of selling real estate by auction in accordance with the plan outlined in the law of sale and lease of State funds".

From: Heba Noureddine