November 8, 2015 0
Basra Governorate Council called on the federal government to pay the dues of the remaining financial maintain his trust Baghdad for the current year, the last two and two years, and while expressing its objection to the allocation of 5% of the oil product revenues in the province, the House of Representatives called for not to pass the draft next year's budget law before modified.
The head of the Council morning Hassan Albzona said in a statement seen by the agency of our economy news that "Basra must get five dollars for each barrel produced during the previous year and this year, but they have received only one dollar for every barrel produced during the previous year, so the State City to maintain nine dollars for every barrel produced Basra during the previous year and this year, "noting that" Basra has also at least Trliunin and 600 billion dinars owed by the state Kt_khasisat unspent since 2013, and thus have the total debt that should get him to maintain more than 11 Billion dollar".
Albzona and pointed out that "Basra need money to spend on the implementation of vital projects aimed at improving the service situation," adding that "today held the provincial council at its headquarters in a consultative meeting with a number of members of the House of Representatives for the researcher on how to obtain the conservative funds and ensure that they receive their rights in law budget for next year, and we raised during the meeting that the proposal to the government to issue bonds worth Bzmtha debt of the province, so as to enable the local government in Basra implementation of projects deferred payment formula based on those bonds. "
The head of the provincial council that "the provincial council formally expressed his refusal to allocate 5% of Basra of its oil revenues, where we emphasize the allocation of five dollars in next year's budget law for every barrel of product," adding that "the decline in oil prices that prompted the Council of Ministers to calculate the 5% instead of five dollars. "
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