Baghdad - INA
The Badr Parliamentary Bloc confirmed today, Tuesday, that the date for sending the budget to a council has passed by 60 days, while indicating that the regional government does not abide by the agreements with the federal government.
Head of the Badr Parliamentary Bloc, MP Hassan Shaker, said in a statement to Al-Iraqiya News Channel, which was followed by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the House of Representatives called on the Prime Minister to expedite sending the budget 60 days after the date of its sending," noting that "millions of Iraqis are waiting for the law to be approved." And that the Kurdish people are an integral part of the Iraqi people. "
Shaker added, "The regional government does not abide by the agreements with the federal government and that the negotiations with Erbil did not reach a result," blaming "the regional government’s default by not adhering to the agreements."
He stressed that "the regional government has not committed to 1% of the previous agreements and is not committed in the future," noting that "the Kurdish delegation is stalling and negotiating files that are not president, and Kurdistan has not fulfilled its promises to Baghdad."