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Post by claud39 on Mon May 13, 2019 12:41 pm

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[rtl]The Finance Committee is moving to turn the ministries in Iraq from consumer to producer, while members of the Committee that Iraq needs time to implement this project.[/rtl]


[rtl]"The structure of the ministries should be transformed from consumer to producer, and commissioning ministries to discuss how to maximize the state resources through them and to enter the 2020 budget by this mechanism," committee member Gamal Kouger said in a press statement.[/rtl]


[rtl]"We have many areas to work to maximize the resources of the state, but Iraq has made itself a fully dependent state of oil, in addition to the scourge of corruption that has plagued the state."[/rtl]


[rtl]For his part, said a member of the Committee Ahmed Mazhar Jubouri, "Iraq needs time to implement such a trend."[/rtl]


[rtl]"Everyone is trying to turn the ministries from consumer to producer; but Iraq does not have the capacity now a strategy prepared in advance; to implement such a subject, because it needs a plan."[/rtl]


[rtl]He pointed out that "the Committee is working on the treatment of many issues during the next phase, especially the process of Iraq's dependence on oil as a state rent, and neglect of other resources and left vulnerable to corruption such as customs and border crossings, agriculture and industry."[/rtl]





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