Financial Kurdistan: the disbursement of 450 billion dinars for the region’s employees, but Abadi exclusively
The official source in the Ministry of Finance and Economy in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Saturday, that the ministry is waiting for oil imports to distribute salaries of employees, noting that the federal government opened a bank account of 450 billion dinars, but Prime Minister Haider Abadi alone Validity of disbursement.
The source told "Iraq News" that "because of the savings of salaries of security forces, the Ministry of Finance need to four billion dinars to distribute salaries for only one month," noting that "the ministry will receive oil imports worth 470 billion dinars, adding to the amount of 30 billion Dinars local imports to distribute salaries of employees in the Kurdistan region. "
The source explained that "the distribution of salaries of employees depends on oil imports or send the share of the region of the federal budget by Baghdad," noting that "the federal government opened a bank account in the amount of 450 billion dinars, but Prime Minister Haider Abadi has only the power to spend" .
The deputy of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the Kurdistan Regional Parliament Farhan Jowhar has confirmed, on Thursday (December 28, 2017), that the provincial government is ready to apply the terms of Prime Minister Haider Abadi for the payment of salaries of employees of Kurdistan, but only one case, while he explained that the imposition of preconditions Resorting to the dialogue table will not lead to positive results.
The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives Aram Sheikh Mohammed has revealed, on Thursday (28 December 2017), on the conditions of Prime Minister Haider Abadi to send salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region.
"The conditions of the federal government in Baghdad to send the salaries of the staff of the region is to hand over the border crossings and airports and 250 thousand barrels of oil per day, in addition to the reform of the payrolls of employees and stripped of the space," Sheikh Mohammed said in a televised interview.