Parliamentary Finance describes ways to save Iraq from its economic crisis
He said the parliamentary finance committee member Ahmed Sarhan, Thursday, Iraq was in a bad economic condition led him to resort to loans in order to save the country from a possible economic downturn, while stressing the need to fight corruption and the corrupt money back and smuggled to Iraq would emerge from its financial crisis.
Ahmed said L / scales News /, that "the foreign loans of important ways to address the economic situation in Iraq," adding that "Iraq is going through a bad economic condition led him to resort to loans in order to save the country from deteriorating economic potential."
He added that "loans of ways to help any country to suffer from the collapse of its economy," stressing that "the right of every politician to be called not to borrow from foreign countries to keep the Iraqi economy and not to be subjected to the loss of sovereignty or assigned benefits more than it endures."
He stressed "the need to resort to loans to Iraq," stressing that "the economy will bear significant financial burden due to foreign loans and is in the interest imposed on it."
He noted that "nothing in the present time save Iraq from the financial crisis only borrowing and the fight against corruption and the corrupt and the restoration of Iraqi funds to flee abroad," stressing that "this is what saves Iraq out of its crisis."
The parliamentary Finance Committee member Abdul Qader Mohammed confirmed, earlier, that a lot of foreign loans detrimental to the future economy of Iraq, particularly with regard to a loan of higher profit, among the non-payment of these loans annually will double to Iraq resulting in the growing financial crisis in the country. It ended 29 quarters e
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