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Adviser to the Prime Minister on Reform: 10% of the Iraqi population works in the public sector

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Post by rocky Fri 18 Jun 2021, 6:52 am

  Adviser to the Prime Minister on Reform: 10% of the Iraqi population works in the public sector

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Adviser to the Prime Minister for Reform Affairs, Muhammad al-Hakim, confirmed that the problem of corruption is old and intractable in Iraq, indicating that 10% of the Iraqi population works in the public sector.
Al-Hakim said during a symposium organized by the Royal Institute of International Affairs in Britain , entitled " Political Corruption and Obstacles to Reform in Iraq", followed by "Economy News", that "the problem of corruption is old and intractable, and it reached its peak during the nineties of the last century."
He added that after 2003 there was a development in corruption, especially that the Iraqi constitution granted parliament the powers to hire people in senior positions, but most of these positions were not voted on by parliament.
He pointed out that 10% of the Iraqi population works in the government, and this is a structural problem, which requires the government to give up some jobs and give them to the private sector, explaining that the Corona pandemic showed problems in the economy and accumulated problems in this automated ship to the sinking in light of its current situation.
On the other hand, researcher Maya Jubaili said, during the symposium, that an Iraqi who is looking for a job in the public sector has to pay $5,000 to $10,000 to officials in the public sector, noting that corruption in Iraq is systematic and organized and has caused great problems for the country.
She noted that the failure of the official did not leave the job, but was transferred to another job in another ministry.
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