-We Do Not Want To Pass The Budget By Majority to Pass, But Political Consensus

| December 4, 2016

BAGHDAD / A member of the House of Representatives from the state of law coalition, Abbas al-Bayati said the National Alliance does not want to pass the state budget law by majority, but will be passed this evening with political consensus between the blocs. "

He told the National Iraqi News Agency / We are keen to political consensus to pass the state budget, not with majority, and we do not want to create a problem and we are waiting to the last moment to be passed this evening by consensus. "

Al-Bayati said that "one of the disputed points is the popular mobilization Act, which is the demand of brothers in the Iraqi forces coalition forces to put the amount of money to accommodate the clans fighters who fought in Anbar, Salahuddin and Mosul, and we are with the include the tribal fighters to the PMF, but the issue of ratios and the ratio we see it return to the quotas which we do not want it."

The House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri for postponed the vote on the budget to five o'clock in this afternoon .

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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