Parliamentary Finance talks about the fate of the financial surplus: There is no fear of the corrupt
1,202 Economy 2022/17/17 15:28
Baghdad today - Baghdad
Today, Wednesday, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Koger, explained about the fate of the financial surplus of oil sales in the absence of a budget that determines spending for this surplus.
"There are no concerns about the seizure of the corrupt or the robbery of the financial surplus of the sale of oil because it goes to the state treasury where the state is still in place of its institutions."
He added, "If these funds are in danger and prone to looting,
then this means that all state institutions are subject to this danger and Iraq has not yet passed this stage."
And Dawn and Zubar Al -Finance, the resigned finance, Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, yesterday, Tuesday, a resounding surprise in which he said:
"Widged secret networks of senior officials, businessmen, politicians and corrupt state employees in the shadow to control full pieces of the economy and withdraw billions of dollars from the public treasury."
This came in the content of the resignation submitted by Allawi in the hands of Prime Minister Mustafa Al -Kazemi during the cabinet session, yesterday, and the latter agreed to it.