Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Dr. Bashir Khalil Al-Haddadi discusses with a delegation from the Alliance of iraqi minorities network the financial allocations for implementing service projects in minority areas through the participatory budgetin
The Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Dr. Bashir Khalil Al-Haddad, received in his official office in Baghdad a delegation from the Alliance of Iraqi minorities network headed by Adad Yousif Ishaq in the Nineveh governorate (Sinjar, Al-Hamdaniya, Bashiqa, Talakif, Tal Afar) and consisting of 21 civil organizations, and during the meeting they discussed the topics that have a common interest,foremost among which is the role of components and minorities in promoting societal peace, strengthening national cohesion and consolidating a culture of citizenship, especially in this sensitive phase that our country is going through, which requires everyone to work to enhance security and stability, and secure economic prosperity in the service of the citizen.
As for the reference to the federal budget law for 2021 the share of governorates, and the implementation of service projects to meet the citizens' basic needs, especially in minority areas.
Vice President of the Council praised the role of civil society organizations in cooperating with executive institutions and the legislative institution in order to advance development, achieve social justice, preserve rights and freedoms, and the price of the continuing efforts of Alliance of Iraqi minorities network in crystallizing the idea of the participatory budget program that includes the public opinion of community figures and specialists Accurate field data to be included in the general budget for the benefit of the affected areas and the affected cities, in coordination with the House of Representatives and the Ministry of Planning.
His Excellency affirmed the House of Representatives' support for these advanced ideas and programs that have proven successful in developed countries and enhance confidence between the citizen and the government.