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Baghdad: Omar Abdul Latif
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning, Maher Hammad Johan, revealed that there is an effort to include giant projects in the 2022 budget, expecting their ability to cover basic expenses, and that their deficit will be less than the current year's budget.
Johan said, “It is possible for next year’s budget to provide an initial ability to move the economy that has been exhausted from the Corona pandemic,” noting that “there is an effort to include projects that did not enter into force in this year’s budget within the 2022 budget, especially those giant projects that relate to With people’s services, such as providing combined cycles in electric power, the railway, Nasiriyah and Mosul airports, and infrastructure in Basra Governorate, as well as a quick response to the peak of bottlenecks in cities.”
And he indicated that "all governorates have begun to breathe a sigh of relief due to the existence of budgets that move infrastructure projects, such as those that absorb the labor market in any name and satisfy people with the services provided to them."
Regarding job grades, Johan pointed out, “Any budget did not lack these grades even in the worst circumstances, noting that the issue is linked to the Federal Service Council and the state’s ability to absorb more citizens into the public service.”
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Planning explained, “Iraq needs the “works program” proposed by Parliament, which proceeds with more absorption of the capabilities of the flabby public job, and opens paths for more important job opportunities for citizens at the level of the secured private sector, with their sense that the opportunity that was provided to them is the best, And that they are socially and health protected from any emergency situation they are going through.”
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