High MP Nassif expressed surprise at the government failed to include the oil agreement signed with the Kurdistan Regional Government in the 2016 budget, wondering about the fate of expenditure sent by the center to the region without a receipt against which the oil that is out of proportion of the 17 percent.
It said in a statement quoted by its press office and seen Agency Nun news reporting on its version today: "We are surprised by the Iraqi government to include the oil agreement within the 2016 budget, despite the failure of the agreement after a short period of concluded due to non-fulfillment of the territory of any of its obligations and despite the large losses suffered by the treasury a result of this agreement failed state. "
She explained: "The central government has already paid large sums of Peshmerga and 100 billion to support the electricity and 3 trillion to support the Government of Halabja, also paid the development of regions and expenses allocations province of Kirkuk in full (sovereign expenditure and the ruling), and in addition to all that pay 17 percent of the region's share of the budget and, if we assume that the 17 percent receive government oil center instead, what the fate of the rest of the expenses paid to the province and that Ayatonna oil money? ".
It continued: "It's also not unreasonable to increase the amount of oil exported by Basra and the southern provinces, while still the province issued the same 550 thousand barrels of oil without an increase, we also pay to the province of Kirkuk amounts of operational and investment projects while the oil is not us, Vajeeb started Today we austerity measures to reform Iraqi money we waste on the other. "
And showed "that the House of Representatives bear legal and moral responsibility by not approve the inclusion of the oil agreement in the 2016 budget, with the need for the amendment of this budget the right way by hosting a representative government to be amended his presence to ensure that the appeal budget as modified."
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