Parliamentary Finance reveals a reform paper that will soon be adopted to solve 3 complicated files
Economy 06/21/21 11:47 603 Editor: Zs
Baghdad today - Baghdad
The decision of the Parliamentary Finance Committee MP Ahmad Al-Saffar revealed on Sunday (June 21, 2020) a comprehensive reform paper that will be adopted soon on the financial crisis in the country.
Al-Saffar said in an interview with (Baghdad Today), "The government prepared a very important reform paper, which is matched by another paper prepared by the Finance Committee, which included the opinions and proposals of all members of the committee, who will be unified in one unified paper and presented to Parliament soon in order to adopt it to take its path in the actual implementation."
He added, "The comprehensive reform paper represents solutions to three important files in Iraq, which are
maximizing financial resources,
rationalizing consumption and
controlling the current financial crisis."
And the member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, revealed (15 June 2020), the numbers of a new plan by the committee to present it to the government in order to address the current financial crisis.
Cougar said in an interview singled out (Baghdad today), "Parliamentary finance is working on preparing a new plan to address the current financial crisis that the country is going through focusing on five main axes."
He added that "the
first axis is the restructuring of the country's general federal budget bill for the year 2020 to send it to the House of Representatives and determine the deficiencies in it, and review it in a serious way to determine the doors of corruption in it and waste of public money and necessary and unnecessary paragraphs."
And that "identifying the resources of the other country and diagnosing the defects in it regarding the non-return of those funds to the state treasury, while
the third paragraph focuses on a serious review of the contracts from which the licensing rounds and armament contracts were concluded."
He explained that "the fourth axis is to identify the doors that need to be austerity, downsizing or internal borrowing," noting that
"the fifth paragraph, which is most important, focuses on dealing with the files of aliens and double-salaries, and the detection of corruption files in the joints of state institutions."