Page 1 of 1
[size=36]In 5 steps, Al-Kazemi's advisor reveals the government's efforts to increase budget revenues[/size]
Baghdad - Mawazine News
, the economic advisor to the Prime Minister, Hisham Dawood, revealed on Monday the government's efforts to increase the revenues of the public budget, while stressing that the government is serious about fighting corruption with regard to sovereign outlets.
Dawood said, "The government is looking for more revenue for the state budget," pointing out that "border crossings are one of these revenues, in addition to relying on the internal product without accepting only import."
He added, "Combating corruption in all its forms in state institutions, rationalizing exchange and government spending and fighting waste, are also other outlets for increasing budget revenues."
He stressed, "Any country that wants to respect its prestige and sovereignty must control its borders," noting that "the issue of ports is not convenient for the government and the prime minister, and what is rumored here and there that the anti-terror apparatus will interfere here and there is incorrect."
He explained, "The real and correct opinion is that the law should take its place and place with regard to airports and border crossings."
He continued: "From here, it is natural for the future government of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazimi to move and act in this direction," stressing that "the government is serious about fighting corruption with regard to sovereign outlets."
- VIP Member
- Posts : 14902
Join date : 2018-11-04
Page 1 of 1
Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum