Share of oil imports for each Iraqi family
09/26/2012 12:00 am

BAGHDAD - Alaa al-Tai
Announced the House of Representatives yesterday for initiating delivery of payments as a share of oil per house Iraqi starting early next year. said Chairman of the Integrity Commission, the parliamentary head of the Liberal bloc Bahaa al-Araji told of "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": "The Ministry of Planning began last week working to find a fixed share of imports financial surplus from export of crude oil to be distributed among citizens through the ration card. "They said:" The Sadr movement demanded the allocation of 5 percent of oil imports surplus to citizens .. The claim so much, but the law of the budget year 2012 Up Thread in the second paragraph thereof, which stipulates the allocation of 25 percent of the surplus to be distributed among the citizens. "and stressed that" the first share of the oil will be a few, but it will be the beginning of a good percentage depends the future. "and was Minister of Planning Ali Yousef Shukri has revealed that his ministry and put in place mechanisms for the distribution of 25 percent of oil revenues among the people, expressed in a statement to "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," believed a surplus permitted on the grounds that the budget is calculated to the end of June of each year, and all amounts which is obtained after this History is a surplus. Shukri added that the amount to be allocated to the people may not be great. «However, he said: that the ratio in the coming years will be even bigger. Contrast, saw a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Ahmed Faizullah that" the idea of the distribution of the fiscal surplus ratio between the good people, but their application is difficult, because the money earned during this year limited and can not be that includes all the people, but will focus on the poor class and needy people with limited income citizens. said in a press statement that "the project will face a problem in applied through how to identify the poor, due to lack of accurate statistics for the number of poor families and their whereabouts and whether they deserve, as well as how they are distributed. "