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02-29-2016, 05:36 AM
Consultant Abadi: 8 million Iraqis have paid from the State Council (http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?toolid=10029&campid=CAMPAIGNID&customid=CUSTOMID&catId=267&type=2&ext=272144326391&item=272144326391) stressed opening up the country to the "market economy" next year

The government confirmed the presence of some eight million Iraqis receive their salaries from the state institutions as employees and retirees and beneficiaries of the social welfare network, pointing out that it cost the budget 41 trillion dinars per month, as I talked about measures taken in order to reduce these numbers by relying on the private sector (http://www.ashford.com/us/watches/sector/cat6057.cid?pn=brand), it reported that year the next will see the opening of the Council aims to reach a market economy.

He says the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister in an interview with "New Morning", "The number of workers in the state variable institutions due to increased associate to the security ministries, but no more than 4 million employees, in addition to 3.75 million retired."

Saleh said that "such a large number, which is close to 8 million people in addition to the covered social welfare network."

He added that "both of these sponsors at a rate of 4 members, this means that the state is responsible for granting all Iraqi families' salaries."

Government adviser regrets that "the salaries and benefits of the budget takes significant proportions of up to 41 trillion dinars per year."

He pointed out that "support their so many one of the negative results of the rentier states that rely on oil as a key resource to her, and be linked to economic conditions and the global market is not an internal decision."

Saleh pointed out that "families are also no income other than the salary that you get from the state and therefore affected by what is happening in the oil market."

He noted that "the Iraqi government, which ends in 2030 applied to private-sector strategy included a number of points to get rid of the adoption of the citizens about the entire file on the salaries of the state."

Saleh added that "reaching an advanced stage requires the development of real companies and the elimination of the informal sector (http://www.ashford.com/us/watches/sector/cat6057.cid?pn=brand), which accounts for 70 percent of the Iraqi market."

It was to be "market regulation be applied to activate the taxes and right and procedures that will protect the consumer, as well as the provision of soft loans to support the private sector (http://www.ashford.com/us/watches/sector/cat6057.cid?pn=brand)."

And he goes, "according to the plan it will unite with the retirement social security in a single box gives the salaries of all Iraqis over the age of 63 years, according to his contribution to it."

Saleh revealed that "next year will see the opening of the Market Council, which includes representatives from the public and private sectors."

He concluded by saying that favor "that aims to reach a market economy, according to what exists in the private sector (http://www.ashford.com/us/watches/sector/cat6057.cid?pn=brand) support the government's strategy has reached advanced stages at this level."

For its part connecting a member of the parliamentary Committee on Economy Najiba Najib, "the country's dependence on the staff by about a big failure in the economic and financial file management."

She Najib, an MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, that "the previous budgets, and because of not having a clear vision (http://viglink.pgpartner.com/search.php?form_keyword=clear%2Bvision&mode=&r=999999) for the advancement of economic reality has been allocated a large proportion of the money to functional grades."

She pointed out that "the decline in oil prices during the past two years we were forced to lower grades to the lowest levels to include all the security ministries and educational and medical crews are expected to pull this thing to the next year."

Najib and reported that "the decline in scores came in conjunction with the increasing number of graduates, and it displays to the state security and social problems of unemployment."

It called for the activation of the private sector (http://www.ashford.com/us/watches/sector/cat6057.cid?pn=brand) in order to absorb the unemployed, especially the owners of the certificates and face a new crisis began to appear in the horizon. "

The world oil prices have experienced an unprecedented collapse what make Iraq take a number of austerity measures to cope with the crisis.