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Salahuddin announces government approval to return 85 billion dinars from the allocations in previous years

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Salahuddin announces government approval to return 85 billion dinars from the allocations in previous years
Alsumaria News - 10/12/2012 - 6:57 pm | Hits: 6

Alsumaria News / Salahuddin

Salahuddin province announced, Friday, the approval of the central government to return 85 billion dinars from the allocations in previous years, while not confirmed optimism infrastructure law, arguing that the companies that are running forward linked to political agendas.

The deputy chairman of the provincial council Sabhan Mullah horses in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The central government has agreed to re 85 billion dinars out of 169 billion to the province of Salah al-Din, as compensation for amounts that were returned during the past years, due to lack of implementation of projects due to bad security conditions that prevailed during 2007 and 2008. "
He Mullah horses that "conservative received promises the return of all those amounts in other stages of the next year," adding that "the Council will meet next week to vote on the projects submitted by the administrative units the 17 in the province, and will be distributed to the amount according to the base population density and degree Mahromep" .
The Mullah horses that "the distribution of these funds will include projects that you find working out because of the inability of financial allocations and raised on the progress of the work," pointing out that "address the problem of desertification will take an important place in the projects, especially in drilling wells."

The Board of Salahuddin province announced, in the 17 of January 2011, the budget of the province last year's speculative approaching 300 billion dinars after the addition of dues from previous years, and its share of the petro-dollar project, stressing the importance of the reorganization of the banking business in the province.

On the Law of infrastructure which is being debate and dialogue around confirmed Mullah horses that "Salahuddin province is optimistic this law because companies that are running forward linked agendas political and not interested in the principle of profit and loss business," adding that "there is no owner's capital in these companies offers to risk his money in the absence of the will of the international political in nature you pay to go to this field. "
The earlier law infrastructure reactions from different blocs, where considered the Iraqi List, on Thursday (11 October 2012), that the amendments made by the Act infrastructure "is not impossible," asserting that it can not authorize the government exchange large sums, while called for an projects included in the law on the agenda and voted upon individually.

Congress stipulated the existing Iraqi province of Nineveh, on Thursday, the inclusion of an irrigation project to vote on the island infrastructure law, stressed that this project will fight the problem of desertification and prevent pressure on the Mosul Dam and serves the provinces of Salahuddin and Nineveh and Anbar.
The MP accused the coalition of state law on Alfalh, Thursday, objecting to the law of infrastructure to "disable" vote, while stressing that they are putting new conditions after the agreement with them, he pointed out that the coalition Egypt on the passing of the bill.
And lifted the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, (11 October 2012), the 28th session of Parliament, which was scheduled to see a vote on the law infrastructure to tomorrow, Saturday, for lack of a quorum after the withdrawal of Iraqi MPs and the Kurdistan Alliance.

And demanded the Iraqi List, the first on Wednesday (10 October 2012), to include proposals in the bill infrastructure during the next two days, and as explained to highlight their proposals is to determine the number of companies that apply for the projects and find out the interest rate and the time of payment, threatened not to vote on the law, if not are introduced.

The president of the government Nuri al-Maliki during a press conference before leaving for Russia, on the eighth of October 2012, that the objections to the law infrastructure "political", while he described as "non-professional", he stressed that the reconstruction of damaged infrastructure does not rely on the law infrastructure.

The law reconstruction of infrastructure and service sectors witnessed louder dispute between the parliamentary blocs, forcing the House of Representatives on August 30, 2012 to postpone the vote.

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