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Adviser to the Prime Minister: Iraq inherited four decades of lost development and the Imam Hussein

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Post by rocky Wed 16 Jun 2021, 7:24 am

Adviser to the Prime Minister: Iraq inherited four decades of lost development and the Imam Hussein shrine projects as a model for renaissance

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{Economic: Al Furat News} The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, said that "the projects of the Husseiniya shrine are a model for the renaissance in Iraq."
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During his participation in the economic conference held by the University of Karbala in cooperation with the Imam Hussain shrine, under the slogan {the Iraqi economy between the challenges of reform and the consequences of the COVID_19 pandemic}, Saleh said, "Iraq inherited four decades of lost development, in addition to the setbacks it experienced during the (Corona) pandemic and the deterioration of the situation." Oil markets, as well as other problems, and this scientific conference (15) is considered the detailed for the development of public opinion, which is the basis of science and progress for the country, and it is the economic decision-maker for the country, as the scientific public opinion must be supported by research and studies, and therefore this conference is very important and will be It has positive effects on decision-making in Iraq."
He added that "the role of the Hussainiya holy shrine, with all that it presents and produces, is a non-profit organization and represents the renaissance in Iraq, and as a model. Non-profit projects that give a vision about the future of Iraq, so we need examples of the Husseiniya shrine projects, and the state must see and follow up on these projects and their successes, because the state has the largest project in the lives of people and society.
The representative of the supreme religious authority, and the legitimate guardian of the Hussainiya holy shrine, Sheikh Abdul Mahdi al-Karbalai, had confirmed earlier that the holy shrines do not want to be a substitute for ministries and government agencies through their educational, service and health projects, but rather want to be a support and support for them in the service of society. and upgrading it.
It is noteworthy that the Husseiniya shrine was able to implement more than (200) various projects between giant and medium, after translating the directives of the representative of the supreme religious authority, and its legal guardian, Sheikh Abdul Mahdi Al-Karbalai, into reality, and it provides all the possibilities available for the purpose of supporting the Iraqi economy, whether through studies And research and conferences held by the centers, departments and institutions affiliated with them, or through the establishment of strategic projects that support the country’s economy, and provide thousands of job opportunities for young people.
Ammar Al Masoudi
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