Economic parliamentary: the crisis has affected the economy and very citizens began withdrawing their deposits from banks
Thursday, December 10 2 / January 2013 06:10 [Baghdad - where]
The Economic Commission parliamentary reflection of the current political crisis in the country largely on the Iraqi economy.
He said the Commission's decision Mahma Khalil told all of Iraq [where], that "the current crisis, and in light of what Iraq is going through the political atmosphere charged and a major crisis and serious, affected in a clear and overshadowed the overall life of the citizens, and to a very large on the Iraqi economy."
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He added that "the economy is currently experiencing a reluctance of investment companies, as well as citizens began pulling their financial deposits in banks, as well as the exit of foreign currency from Iraq as a result of spasms of the political situation in the country, and that the Iraqi environment has become repulsive and not attractive to the economy."
He pointed out that "the failure to approve the financial budget and disable state institutions had a significant impact and the destruction of the economy, and we believe that the majority of problems in the state by 80% are economical, so we call on finding solutions and not to delay in approving the budget and not giving more space to the obstacles."
Iraq has been political crisis due to the escalation of differences between the political blocs on matters relating to the partnership in the state administration, as well as other files, especially between the Iraqi List and a coalition of state law, and between the Kurdistan region
and the federal government, has led the continuing crisis to exit popular demonstrations in a number of provinces demand the release of detainees and prisoners and issue a general amnesty law and the abolition of the Justice and Accountability Law [previously de-Baathification] article  terrorism, balancing, and other demands. LINK