FINANCE CONFIRMS ITS ABILITY TO PAY THE SALARIES OF STATE EMPLOYEES UNTIL THE END OF THE CURRENT YEAR
Alsumaria News / Baghdad confirmed that the Ministry of Finance, on Tuesday, they are able to pay the salaries of state employees until the end of the year, noting that politicians Aqrul state employees their statements wrong. said Undersecretary Fadel Prophet in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “The ministry has a revenue enough to pay the salaries of the staff, “he said, adding” there is no problem in this matter and the staff that Aigrul on their salaries. “
added the Prophet that “the Ministry of adequate salaries and sufficient funds to pay salaries, in addition to the possession of financial instruments sufficient use if needed by the but things under control up to Now, for the Invite her, “pointing out that” politicians Aqrul all citizens and employees. ”
and traded some politicians and parliamentarians that the government will be unable during the subsequent period of payment of salaries to employees because of a failure to approve the budget until now.
was Parliament Speaker Osama al-accused in the (February 1) 2014, the Council of Ministers to transfer the budget law its problems to parliament, noting that the budget has reached the parliament on the 26th of January last year, while announced a coalition of state law, the formation of a special committee to connect with the rest of the political blocs to resolve the outstanding problems in the budget law, blaming Presidency of the parliament responsibility for delaying the approval.
began the House of Representatives, in (January 28 2014), the first reading of the budget bill for 2014 in its eighth legislative term of the second legislative year, the fourth and last, headed by Speaker Osama Najafi and the presence of 191 deputies, but failed to accomplish those Reading, was charged with a coalition of state law blocking the Kurds to pass the budget.
noteworthy that the Council of Ministers approved in (the current January 15), on the draft general budget for the current year of 2014, and referred to the House of Representatives for approval.