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    Post by Rocky Sun 25 Nov 2018, 2:11 pm

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    Corruption, sectarianism, fragility of the political system and lack of security .. Challenges hindering the return of Iraq a natural country The


    suffering faced by thousands of displaced people in different parts of Iraq, and drowned full provinces by the floods that hit and still provinces in the last hours. Revealed corruption in Baghdad and the tens of billions of dollars that have been fixed for reform and reconstruction then went to the pockets of corrupt and thieves!


    It is a tragedy not to be in Iraq, the oil-rich country with infrastructure like a "new Somalia," deteriorated conditions until he reached this miserable situation.


    According to observers, the corruption in Baghdad, which underlies the current reality is due to the dam of the Shiite rule and the black days experienced by Baghdad under the rule of Nuri al-Maliki and was the result of what is now a corruption and decay, and the development of machets and floods sweeping thousands of homes and tens of thousands of others.


    Electricity and floods


     The crisis is traumatizing Iraq in summer and winter, from power cuts to devastating floods that have killed, wounded dozens and displaced hundreds of residents of the Nineveh displacement camps. The new flood crisis, according to a report by Sky News Arabia, revealed the size of the administrative failure with financial corruption in the work of the local governments of the affected provinces. 
    For over a decade, these governments have failed to create dams to avoid population and the scourge of forced migration and the sinking of their properties, although the province of Wasit, for example, is gripped by floods every year frequently.


    This has been supported by parliamentary and popular demands to abolish provincial councils and to adopt a new administrative system because of the money wasted in its work. Local governments alone may not be responsible for civilian casualties. The successive central governments controlled by Iran have also failed to manage the infrastructure and strategic projects portfolio. They are also responsible for the loss of billions among the phantom projects in various provinces, especially the southern ones.


    Continuous failure


    Central governments also failed to monitor and account for those obstructing the reconstruction projects, which are supposed to lead to the closure of the displacement camps, especially from Nineveh province, but the file is still open and the tents of the displaced have been completely submerged in a new tragic chapter for the residents of Khiam.


    The House Speaker, Mohamed Halabousi, appealed to the United Nations to help the country to contain the crisis floods that flooded the houses of the population, and left deaths in the north of the country. 
    While the army was able to rescue besieged families in Nineveh and Salahuddin from the floods; "through the use of boats and other available materials, and provided assistance to these families and were delivered to safe places," according to an army statement.


    For its part, announced the Commission on Human Rights, the sinking of a thousand and 500 tents for displaced people in the northern province of Nineveh, due to floods caused by heavy rains in the region. 
    Hundreds of thousands of displaced people live in camps south of the city of Mosul, the center of Nineveh, and are unable to return to their original areas of Mosul and elsewhere because of the lack of service infrastructure and the destruction of their homes in the war against the terrorist organization Da'ash in 2016 and 2017.


    Earlier on Friday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi ordered a crisis cell to rescue stranded civilians. In a statement, he called on all civilian formations in the local government, backed by helicopters and heavy machinery, to intervene immediately, direct supervision of rescue operations, to reduce human and material losses, and strengthen defenses against the expected increase in water levels over the next two days.


    There have been numerous reports of enormous challenges facing Iraq's reconstruction. Iraq has seen numerous reconstruction operations in the past, such as the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s, as well as the 2003 events. In spite of the enormous financial and economic efforts and resources of the reconstruction process, Iraq has always been devastated by its infrastructure. In a quarter of a century, it has been subjected to three massive destruction of its economic, political and social infrastructure.


    The challenges of the reconstruction process


    The fragility of the political structure, where the political system in Iraq suffers from the fragility of the political system and the absence of political leadership; this is one of the most important factors to stimulate the destruction of the country. The Iraqis have a number of challenges to overcome before starting the reconstruction process. The most important of these is to resolve the fragility of the political system, because it is the most effective guarantor to preserve the gains of the reconstruction process. In the same context, the Iranian-backed militias in the recent elections represented a challenge regarding the nature of the relationship between weapons and politics in the future of Iraq and whether Iraq could become a new Lebanon as the Popular Army forces kept their weapons.


    Corruption. Corruption


    Iraq also suffers from the spread of corruption, worsening the exploitation of resources in light of rising rates of corruption. The former Iraqi prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, said the war on corruption in Iraq was more difficult than the war on terror, as reflected by Transparency International's report on measuring corruption, which Iraq is removing. Although Iraq is the second largest oil producer in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), successive Iraqi governments are still unable to provide basic services to the population. Corruption, on the other hand, discourages international private companies from engaging in reconstruction operations.


    Poor security performance: Although the world has been keen to achieve security stability in Iraq since 2003, which seemed to cost the rearming of the security and military services, these devices did not prove the required efficiency in the challenges and tests that faced such as terrorist operations targeting civilians since In 2003, and the failure to repel the attack on Iraq by militia groups calling for the terrorist.


    The existence of policies that promote sectarianism is yet another challenge as Iraq now faces a more pressing challenge, the future of Sunni presence in Iraq. This is directly related to the influence of regional powers surrounding Iraq, such as Iran, which supports the Shiite movement, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, The result of the war with the organization of the Islamic state. The Iraqi government faces a challenge to rehabilitate Sunni areas affected by the war, especially as it suffers from a major shortage of basic necessities such as electricity and water.



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