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Walkingstick: By Request-Per Frank

Proposals to benefit from oil revenues

Oil revenues require the adoption of a rational policy capable of optimizing the use of financial and material resources, thus transforming the national economy into a balanced and developed economy away from the dominance of the oil sector. 

On this subject, the academic economist d. Rahim Hassouni on a visit to the "morning" saying: The oil policy in Iraq requires long-term strategic planning. 

Dr. Hassouni said that the oil sector is a vital sector for its significant contribution to the financing of the general budget. Therefore, it is necessary to work according to a clearly defined long-term strategic vision that includes optimizing the oil revenues through increasing the production and export capacities commensurate with the absorptive capacity of the national economy.

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PD Member News Highlights & Comments  9-13-17

Revival:   Iraqi parliament votes against Kurdish independence referendum

by Mohamed Mostafa Sep 12, 2017, 2:05 pm

Baghdad ( The Iraqi parliament voted Tuesday against a planned referendum by Kurdistan Region Government on independence from Iraq, obliging the Iraqi government to take measures to “preserve the unity of Iraq”.

The session was attended by 204 of parliament’s 328 members.

“The Iraqi Constitution had enumerated issues for which a referendum is required, and those do not include the Kurdistan referendum,” parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri said in a statement by his office. “The inclusion of disputed territories in the referendum is also a violation of the constitution,” the statement added.

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Chat Room News Excerpts & Highlights Wednesday Evening 9-13-17 

xyz: Rafidain replaces paper with electronic system soon 

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