Any Financial Increase To Kurdistan’s Share Bears Political Deal And Cut From The Rest Of Iraq
BAGHDAD, An expert in the economic affairs, Dhargam Mohammad Ali said that any increase in the share of the Kurdistan region more than 12.6 percent is considered political and carries a bargaining deal that takes its money from the rest of Iraq.
Ali said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "Any increase in the financial allocations of the Kurdistan region holds a political deal to pass the remaining ministers in the light of the visit of the President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Massoud Barzani to Baghdad and the yearning of the political class behind him after he was described as separatist and issued order to arrested him a few months ago. "
He added that "Kurdistan violated the Constitution and stole the oil produced in the region and smuggled it without the supervision of the central government, which suggests not to give them any share only by committing to deliver all oil produced to SOMO.
He added that any increase at the expense of the provinces of Basra, Nineveh, Salahuddin and Anbar, which live in catastrophic situations is theft and political hypocrisy, which is unacceptable because the provinces of the Kurdistan live an excellent service reality.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency