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An international organization: the weakness of successive governments has produced the deteriorating

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Post by rocky on Tue 19 Nov 2019, 3:27 am

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[size=52]An international organization: the weakness of successive governments has produced the deteriorating situation in Iraq[/size]

[size=45]Translated by: Hamid Ahmed
[size=45]In a new report issued by the United Nations Organization for Humanitarian Coordination (OCHA) in Iraq, it stated that the situation in Iraq remains unstable with widespread humanitarian concerns.[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that the current political and economic situation and the demonstrations witnessed by the country against the government can be described as an unexpected development. Families and increased protection risks.[/size]
[size=45]With weak, successive central government departments and limited progress towards recovery and development, the worsening situation has become chronic and millions of people in large areas of Iraq still need humanitarian assistance, the UN said.[/size]
[size=45]At the same time, Iraq is classified according to the expectations of 2020 as a country with a higher income than the average, but on the other hand, according to the International Risk Index Global Risk Index (Global Risk Index)) has classified the country as a high-risk humanitarian crisis. More than two years after the end of the Iraqi military operations against ISIS, social, ethnic and sectarian tensions remain on more than one side. Political instability and natural disasters continue to increase humanitarian needs.[/size]
[size=45]The report said that the best description of the content of the current political, social and economic situation in Iraq can be summarized as unpredictable and unpredictable.It stated that at the time of writing and preparation of the report in November 2019, the government was the intended target of huge protests and demonstrations in Baghdad and southern provinces Others since early October 2019. The complainants' grievances are directed against cases of corruption, absence of public jobs and services and intervention by neighboring countries. More than 330 people were killed and 16,000 wounded by gunfire and tear gas by security forces.[/size]
[size=45]In response to the protests, the government first imposed a curfew in Baghdad and the rest of the provinces, suspended Internet access throughout the country except the Kurdistan region, and then announced reforms aimed at improving living standards. As of the drafting of this report, there has been no resignation and the outcome of these protests is still unclear. The public sector is the main employer, and the private sector is unable to employ thousands of university graduates seeking employment. Getting a job in Iraq is based on nepotism and kinship. The World Bank estimates that Iraq has the lowest contribution of the labor force in the world, especially among displaced women and youth, and young people under the age of 25 years make up 60% of the country's population.[/size]
[size=45]The report said that the most affected people in Iraq and in dire need of humanitarian assistance were those who were directly affected during the war against ISIS for the period from 2014 to 2017, especially the displaced people whose lives were dispersed and their houses and homes were destroyed. Fifty percent of those in desperate need of assistance are based in Nineveh and Anbar provinces, and 1.5 million people remain internally displaced and 70 percent remain for more than three years.[/size]


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