Iraq is heading for the largest deficit in its history, 48 trillion

Baghdad-ALSharqiya January 11: Representatives in the Iraqi parliament warned against the trend to the largest deficit in the history of Iraq's budgets by 48 trillion dinars in the event that a new government is not formed instead of the current one to conduct business that does not have the right to propose bills. And the deputies suggested resorting to a temporary budget that includes the operational side only, without investment


The President of the Iraqi Jamahiriya, Barham Salih, and the Head of the Salvation and Development Front, Osama al-Nujaifi, stressed the importance of creating the appropriate atmosphere for holding the elections

The head of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, warned that there are suspicious parties fueling the situation and endangering peaceful security in Iraq

Seven civilians were killed and wounded when a Katyusha missile fell on a house near Baghdad International Airport