MP: Erbil and Baghdad agreement facilitates the budget approval

27/11/2019 12:41:00

On Wednesday, member of the parliamentary Finance Committee said that the agreement of the Kurdistan region with the federal government will facilitate the adoption of the draft federal budget law for 2020.


MP Shirwan Mirza, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, said in a special statement to PUKmedia: "The delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government held two meetings with the federal government and the results of the dialogue were good."


"There is another meeting during the next week and I imagine that an agreement between the two sides will be reached and the preparation of the draft budget law will be completed during the next week," he added. 


On the importance of the KRG's agreement with the federal government, MP Sherwan Mirza said that "the agreement will facilitate the budget legislation within the Council of Representatives."




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