Consultant stresses: eliminating disability is very thorny
Amer Al-Jawahery, the consultant in industrial development and investment, ruled out overcoming the budget deficit, pointing out that there are many sums that must be controlled, especially in border outlets, in addition to restarting factories to absorb the unemployed instead of overburdening the state budget with new jobs.
Al-Jawahiri said in a press statement, "The elimination of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] deficit is very thorny since it has been present since the past years, in addition to the problem that still exists and there are no solutions to diversify the sources of economic support and the state budget."
He added, "Every talk about reducing the rate of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] By increasing taxes and fees, it is only a small percentage. ” Pointing out that "transferring part of the investment budget and transferring it to the operational budget does not eliminate the deficit rate." Noting that "the government should focus on the expenses to take advantage of the salaries of the bodies that were suspended from work, especially the governorate councils, and then search for the joints of the country that has exaggerated expenses."
He pointed out the importance of "benefiting from reducing the retirement age in support of factories and factories, and restarting them through the amounts available from this new law, as these projects can accommodate hundreds of thousands of unemployed, as providing job grades by reducing the retirement age is not the best solution."
Al-Jawahiri stressed the need to "take advantage of the revenues of the border outlets, as the amounts collected are less than the reality, and there are outlets that are not subject to the authority of Baghdad, and therefore there are large sums that do not fall within the state budget, and if they are controlled, they will fill part of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] which is still unknown." in the 2020 budget "..
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