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BatmaninIraq
06-10-2015, 08:12 PM
Parliament is seeking to know the fate of 124 trillion dinars of budget surpluses through 2012

Published on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 9:19

Long-Presse / Baghdad

Ten years have passed and did not the federal government approves the final accounts for the past financial periods because of repeated violations in all the previous budgets as well as the observations made by BSA and reservation on exchange mechanism, which lies outside the boundaries of the Constitution and the law, causing a waste of billions of dollars.

In the meantime, the Finance Committee (http://www.alibris.com/search/books/isbn/9780925299482) in the House of Representatives formed a small committee to study all the closing statements and Allku and abuses that got the public money in order to display the beginning of the third legislative term.

Beautiful al-Obeidi, a member of the parliamentary Economic Committee, says, "The Constitution does not allow the legislative authority approving the financial budget law, but the existence of final accounts for the previous year but this parliament passed budgets without access to these accounts."

It said al-Obeidi, told the "long", that "the final accounts sent to parliament, recently, subject to a study by the Finance Committee (http://www.alibris.com/search/books/isbn/9780925299482) for their information," indicating that "the parliamentary Finance will submit its final report on the beginning of the third legislative term accounts".

Article (62 / I) of the Constitution on the need for "The Cabinet presents the general budget for fiscal year with the final accounts for the year that preceded the budget, to the House of Representatives for approval."

In the same context, notes Rep. Zainab Sahlani that "the government has not ratified the final accounts issued by the Office of Financial Supervision since 2004 to the current time," indicating that "the BSA Asher remarks on the procedures and mechanisms of exchange and the movement of spending and performance and the work of ministries and including in the accounts Final of those years. "

She attributes Sahlani, told the "long", the reasons for the government's approval on this data to "an increase in expenses and transfers between expenses and revenues in some doors budgets as well as an increase in the exchange rate mechanism in some of the chapters of the budget as opposed to the budget law and the law of money and public debt management."

And confirms a member of the Legal Committee "presence Rounded surplus gets with a lot of ministries, institutions and provincial councils in a lot of budgets and then return to the state treasury has not been the money directed to the construction projects" and felt that "it indicates a lack of capacity in the management of public funds properly" .

It adds a member of the Liberal bloc by saying that "the government and its ministries to address the question of the size of this Moznat violations taking place in response to the observations of Supreme Audit on exchange mechanism."

Sahlani notes that "since 2004 to 2012, the proportion of surplus budgets, which have not been traced to the disposal of the state treasury, amounting to about 124 trillion has been recycled into the next year."

And member of the Legal Committee confirms by saying "These figures confirm that the way in which I wrote the budgets because the figures speculative and unrealistic", indicating that "the ministries unable to spend what is allocated to them annually."

Notes MP Zeinab Sahlani that "the budgets of regional development, which has allocated to the provinces over the past years, and reached to nearly 13 trillion dinars is not cash, but 50% of them," asserting that "most of the southern provinces were re-money to the public treasury."

Parliamentary Integrity confirms that "the presence of large thefts affected a lot of the previous budgets," indicated that it "will work to provide all defaulters to justice and follow up their cases."

MP says Akil al-Zubaidi, a member of the Commission told the "long", that "not to ratify the final accounts borne by the government," he said. "We will work to defaulters who caused the waste of public money in previous budgets Accounting". Zubaidi called to "expedite the completion of this project reports by the House of Representatives."

oldskiier
06-11-2015, 01:13 PM
Check Maliki's pockets !!!