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An American newspaper: Iraq suffers economically, politically, securityly, and healthily

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[size=18]The American New York Times published a report on the conditions in Iraq, while noting that this country suffers economically, politically, securityly and healthily.


According to the newspaper that Alsumaria News viewed, " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] suffers on almost all levels, after declining oil revenues, the main source of government revenue, the failure to form a government since the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi last November, the outbreak of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] virus and the government's failure to Receive material aid to fight the virus. "





 
He added that "the imposition of a curfew to try to combat the outbreak of the virus, led to the closure of shops, and the loss of most non-governmental employees for their jobs."
 
On the security side, the newspaper stated that "Iranian-backed armed groups are still launching regular attacks on American forces, the last of which was last Thursday when two rockets landed near the US embassy in the Green Zone, threatening to further draw [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] into an American-Iranian conflict."
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The worst days
 
For his part, Riyad Al-Shehan, 56, a retired military man, told the newspaper, "This is the worst day we lived in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] . I lived the Iran-Iraq war, the uprising, Saddam Hussein, but these days are worse."
 
The newspaper pointed out that "the Iraqi authorities announced the registration of 547 confirmed cases of coronavirus until Sunday, but they are carrying out very limited tests," stressing that "the true number is several times greater."

 
In turn, the economist [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/4120460625/%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B3%D9%85 %D8%A3%D9%86%D8%B7%D9%88%D8%A7%D9%86/ar/]Bassem Antoine[/url] , a consultant to former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi , stressed that "what makes the situation grim in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] is that the mix of crises that he suffers has virtually eliminated the entire economy."
 
He added, "The current economic situation is worse than what we saw before because all productive sectors have been suspended. We are witnessing almost complete paralysis in economic life. There is no industry, no tourism, no transportation, and agriculture is affected to some extent."
 
Antoine pointed out that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] reserves amount to 62 billion dollars, which the International Monetary Fund considers insufficient."
 
The collapse of oil prices
 
During the past weeks, the suffering of the Iraqi economy increased after the drop in oil prices to less than half due to the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. The price of a barrel has become about 30 countries, instead of 60 dollars at the end of last December.
 
[url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/2248553950/%D9%81%D8%A7%D8%AA%D8%AD %D8%A8%D9%8A%D8%B1%D9%88%D9%84/ar/]Fatih Birol[/url] , executive director of the Paris-based International Energy Agency, stressed that "the drop in prices dealt a severe blow to the oil-dependent economies, but the stronger blow will be to Iraq due to the crises that it is suffering."
 
He added that " [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] most affected country, because it does not have financial reserves and because 90 percent of its revenues come from oil, and all these economic pressures come in a very tense political environment already."
 
Meanwhile, [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3574587114/%D8%B3%D9%8A%D8%AF %D8%AC%D8%A7%D9%8A%D8%A7%D8%B4%D9%8A/ar/]Syed Jayashi[/url] , a member of the National Security Council, who is also a member of the Prime Minister’s Coronary Combating Virus Committee, stressed that “the government created a fund for donations to help it during this period, and it raised less than $ 50 million,” noting that “the government is currently in deficit.” Monthly just over $ 2 billion in current expenditures. "
 
private sector
 
The American newspaper pointed out that "the private sector in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] limited and has been subjected to a heavy blow due to the imposition of curfews for 24 hours after the outbreak of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] virus , and the extension of the embargo until April 11."
 
"Construction workers, itinerant vendors, and taxi drivers have been forced to stay in their homes, due to the embargo, which has exacerbated their suffering, because most of them live on what they earn daily, have no savings and they may soon be on the brink of hunger," she added.
 
"It is difficult to say how long such a huge economic pain can be tolerated, but it is particularly difficult in the absence of political leadership," Iraqis told the newspaper.
 
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] was already facing the worst political crisis in years before the virus spread and oil prices fell. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets since last October demanding a new government, isolating the ruling political class and ending Iranian influence.
 
Said [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/2106193998/%D8%AD%D8%B3%D9%86 %D8%B9%D9%84%D9%8A/ar/]Hassan Ali[/url] , 20 years old, a young Iraqi was visiting one religious shrines despite the urging him to stay at home, he "rejects the government 's warning because [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] does not have a government."
 
"The government is very weak, it is very tired, they have no solution to crises, and no solution for young people who have no jobs, no one can rely on the government."
 
It is reported that in mid-March, the Minister of Health, [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/2714998302/%D8%AC%D8%B9%D9%81%D8%B1 %D8%B5%D8%A7%D8%AF%D9%82 %D8%B9%D9%84%D8%A7%D9%88%D9%8A/ar/]Jaafar Sadiq Allawi[/url] , said that he would need $ 150 million a month to purchase the equipment he needed to combat the virus, but he only collected a small portion of this amount, amid warnings of the worsening of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] virus crisis in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] in the coming weeks. .


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An American newspaper: Iraq suffers economically, politically, securityly, and healthily Empty The New York Times highlights the "worst days" of Iraq

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[rtl]The New York Times highlights the "worst days" of Iraq[/rtl]

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[rtl]Iraq suffers on almost all levels, after declining oil revenues, the main source of income for the state, the failure to form a government since the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi last November, the outbreak of the Corona virus and the government’s failure to obtain material assistance to combat the virus.[/rtl]





[rtl]According to the American New York Times report, the imposition of a curfew to try to combat the outbreak of the virus led to the closure of shops and the loss of most non-government employees.[/rtl]



[rtl]On the security side, armed factions continue to launch regular attacks on US forces, the last of which was on Thursday when two rockets landed near the US embassy in the Green Zone, threatening to further draw Iraq into an American-Iranian conflict, according to the newspaper report.[/rtl]



[rtl]The worst days[/rtl]



[rtl]For his part, Riyad Al-Shihan, 56, a retired military man, told the newspaper, "These are the worst days we lived in Iraq. I lived the Iran-Iraq war, the uprising, Saddam Hussein, but these days are worse."[/rtl]



[rtl]The newspaper pointed out that "the Iraqi authorities announced the registration of 547 confirmed cases of the Corona virus until Sunday, but they are carrying out very limited tests," stressing that "the true number is several times greater."[/rtl]



[rtl]In turn, the economist, on behalf of Antoine, stressed that "what makes the situation in Iraq dark is that the mix of crises that he suffers from has almost wiped out the entire economy."[/rtl]



[rtl]He said, "The current economic situation is worse than what we saw before because all productive sectors have been suspended. We are witnessing almost complete paralysis in economic life. There is no industry, no tourism, no transportation, and agriculture is affected to some extent."[/rtl]



[rtl]Antoine pointed out that "Iraq's reserves amount to 62 billion dollars, which the International Monetary Fund considers insufficient."[/rtl]



[rtl]The collapse of oil prices[/rtl]



[rtl]During the past weeks, the suffering of the Iraqi economy increased after the drop in oil prices to less than half due to the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. The price of a barrel has become about $ 30, instead of $ 60 at the end of last December.[/rtl]



[rtl]Fatih Birol, executive director of the Paris-based International Energy Agency, stressed that "the drop in prices dealt a severe blow to the oil-dependent economies, but the stronger blow will be to Iraq due to the crises that it is suffering."[/rtl]



[rtl]"Iraq is the most affected country, because it does not have financial reserves and because 90% of its revenues come from oil, and all of these economic pressures come in a very tense political environment," he said.[/rtl]



[rtl]private sector[/rtl]



[rtl]The American newspaper pointed out that "the private sector in Iraq is limited, and has been subjected to a heavy blow because of the imposition of curfews for 24 hours after the outbreak of the Corona virus, and the extension of the ban until April 11 next."[/rtl]



[rtl]"Construction workers, itinerant vendors, and taxi drivers have been forced to stay in their homes, due to the embargo, which has exacerbated their suffering, because most of them live on what they earn daily, have no savings and they may soon be on the brink of hunger," she added.[/rtl]



[rtl]"It is difficult to say how long such a huge economic pain can be tolerated, but it is particularly difficult in the absence of political leadership," Iraqis told the newspaper.[/rtl]



[rtl]Iraq was already facing the worst political crisis in years before the virus spread and oil prices fell. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets since October, demanding a new government, isolating the ruling political class and ending Iranian influence.[/rtl]



[rtl]Hassan Ali, 20, said, "The government is very weak, it is very tired, they have no solution to crises, and no solution for young people who have no jobs, no one can rely on the government."[/rtl]



[rtl]It is reported that in mid-March, the Minister of Health, Jaafar Sadiq Allawi, said that he would need $ 150 million a month to purchase the equipment he needed to combat the virus, but he only collected a small portion of this amount, which could exacerbate the Corona virus crisis in Iraq in weeks. Coming.[/rtl]







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An American newspaper: Iraq suffers economically, politically, securityly, and healthily Empty An American vision: Iraq is in trouble

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An American vision: Iraq is in trouble


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Shafaq News / Iraq suffers on almost all levels, after declining oil revenues, the government's main source of income, the failure to form a government since the resignation of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi last November, the Corona virus outbreak and the government's failure to obtain material assistance to combat the virus, according to To the American New York Times report.
The report added that the imposition of curfews to try to combat the outbreak of the virus, led to the closure of shops, and the loss of most of the non-governmental employees jobs.
On the security side, Iranian-backed militias continue to launch regular attacks on US forces, the last of which was on Thursday when two rockets landed near the US embassy in the Green Zone, threatening to further draw Iraq into a US-Iranian conflict, according to the newspaper report.

Worst days
on his part, Riyad Al-Shehan, 56, a retired military, told the newspaper: "These are the worst days we lived in Iraq. I lived the Iran-Iraq war, the uprising, Saddam Hussein, but these days are worse."
The newspaper pointed out that the Iraqi authorities announced the registration of 547 confirmed cases of coronavirus until Sunday, but they are carrying out very limited tests, confirming that the true number is several times greater.
In turn, the economist Bassem Antoine, a consultant to former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, stressed that what makes the situation in Iraq dark is that the mix of crises that he suffers has almost completely wiped out the economy.
He said, "The current economic situation is worse than what we saw before because all productive sectors have been suspended. We are witnessing almost complete paralysis in economic life. There is no industry, no tourism, no transportation, and agriculture is affected to some extent."
Antoine pointed out that Iraq’s reserves amount to $ 62 billion, which the International Monetary Fund considers insufficient.
The collapse of oil prices
During the past weeks, the suffering of the Iraqi economy increased after the drop in oil prices to less than half due to the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. The price of a barrel became about 30 countries, instead of $ 60 at the end of last December.
Fatih Birol, executive director of the Paris-based International Energy Agency, stressed that the low prices dealt a severe blow to the oil-dependent economies, but that the stronger blow would be to Iraq due to the crises that it suffers from.
He said: "Iraq is the most affected country, because it does not have financial reserves and because 90 percent of its revenues come from oil, and all these economic pressures come in a very tense political environment already."
Meanwhile, Syed Jayashi, a member of the National Security Council, who is also a member of the Prime Minister’s Coronary Combating Virus Committee, confirmed that the government created a fund for donations to help it during this period, and that it raised less than $ 50 million, indicating that the government is currently experiencing a monthly deficit of more than Only $ 2 billion in current expenditures.

The private sector The American newspaper pointed out that the private sector in Iraq is limited and has been subjected to a heavy blow due to the imposition of curfews for 24 hours after the outbreak of the Coruna virus, and the extension of the ban until April 11.
She added that construction workers, itinerant vendors and taxi drivers had to stay in their homes, because of the embargo, which exacerbated their suffering, because most of them live on what they earn daily, have no savings and they may soon be on the brink of hunger.
Iraqis told the newspaper that it is difficult to say how long such massive economic pain can be tolerated, but it is particularly difficult in the absence of political leadership.
Iraq was already facing the worst political crisis in years before the virus spread and oil prices fell. Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets since October, demanding a new government, isolating the ruling political class and ending Iranian influence.
Hassan Ali, 20, a young Iraqi man who was performing the pilgrimage to a Shiite shrine in Baghdad despite being urged to stay at home, said he refused to warn the government because Iraq had no government.
He added: "The government is very weak, it is very tired, they have no solution to crises, nor a solution for young people who do not have jobs, no one can rely on the government."
It is reported that in mid-March, the Minister of Health, Jaafar Sadiq Allawi, said that he would need $ 150 million a month to purchase the equipment he needed to combat the virus, but he collected only a small portion of this amount, which could exacerbate the Corona virus crisis in Iraq in The coming weeks.

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