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Laying off employees is not a joke.. Iraq is eating money that it may not get in the future

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Iraq - Laying off employees is not a joke.. Iraq is eating money that it may not get in the future Empty Laying off employees is not a joke.. Iraq is eating money that it may not get in the future

Post by rocky Wed 12 Jan 2022, 6:49 am

[size=52]Laying off employees is not a joke.. Iraq is eating money that it may not get in the future[/size]

[size=45]Finance Minister Ali Allawi predicted, to anticipate the events by a full ten years, the depletion of the global need for oil and the government's need to lay off employees due to its inability to pay their salaries at that time, which provoked various reactions, while observers see that this fate is inevitable, they confirmed that employment The surplus, which was used as electoral propaganda and “bribes to the voters,” prevented the development of the economy and led to the disbursement of all the country’s revenues to employees.[/size]
[size=45]Allawi had talked about the collapse of the oil market and the layoffs of employees ten years from now, and he said at an energy conference held in Baghdad, that “the transportation sector consumes about 60 percent of the world’s oil, but dependence on that will stop by 2030 after the world moves to an industry.” Electric cars, turning the fuel page.”[/size]
[size=45]The Iraqi state faces many challenges, foremost of which is job slack and excessive numbers of employees in state institutions. The policy of excessive and unthoughtful government appointments has caused a significant increase in the number of state employees, as the number of government employees in Iraq before 2003 was approximately 850,000 employees, while today approached the fifth Millions of employees in a statistic for the year 2020.[/size]
[size=45]career slack[/size]
[size=45]Job slack or disguised unemployment, as specialists call it, increased in Iraq after 2003, and many government institutions pay wages and salaries to their employees without performing a job, while the expert in economic affairs, Nabil Jabbar, said during his speech to (Al Mada) that “there are a number of reasons that It led to career slack, including political ones, through recruitment for electoral purposes.”[/size]
[size=45]Jabbar added that “the prevailing scene since 2003 is the use of the employment card by political forces to obtain electoral gains, especially in security employment, which contributed to raising the salary bill, in addition to the fact that employment is not studied and under political pressure, which has burdened Iraq with a bill of more than 50 billion dollars to be paid. annually as employee salaries.[/size]
[size=45]Human Resources[/size]
[size=45]Member of the Finance Committee in the former House of Representatives, Abdel Hadi Al-Saadawi, said that “the management of human resources in the Ministry of Finance is an ill-considered administration, and there is a surplus of jobs in some ministries and departments, as well as a lack of human resources in other ministries,” while attributing this to “bad Planning in the ministries of planning and finance by distributing human resources to state ministries, departments and governorates.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Saadawi stressed that "the accumulated employment surplus has led to great confusion, because operating expenses have become equal to 80 percent of the federal budget, despite the fact that investment resources are very few, and investment projects amount to 20 percent."[/size]
[size=45]bad management[/size]
[size=45]Abdul-Hadi Al-Saadawi pointed out that the financial crisis that Iraq witnessed, especially after the year 2014, forced the state to borrow internally and externally, as it burdened the state greatly due to mismanagement.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Saadawi indicated that the investment side is disabled in Iraq and needs a comprehensive study to advance the development reality and achieve comprehensive development in all fields, considering that the weakness of the investment side is due to weak security and stability preventing foreign investment from entering Iraq, calling for “reconsideration of some laws and the need to activate the law.” Retirement in the private sector, despite its presence in the Ministry of Labor, to provide opportunities for the private sector, and therefore less demand for the government sector.[/size]
[size=45]partisan influence[/size]
[size=45]For his part, Iraqi journalist Ihab Al-Rikabi believes that “career slack has several reasons, including partisan quotas that entered into the management of most departments, people and management institutions,” stressing that “there are parties that work by relying on the management of people who are not concerned and who are not competent, which led to the occurrence of Career slack.[/size]
[size=45]Al-Rikabi confirmed to (Al-Mada) that “this slack has left many repercussions, foremost of which is the lack of production and weak production capacity in factories, many of which were deliberately stopped, and not properly rehabilitated,” explaining that “the Minister of Finance’s talk about the inability to pay salaries is an old talk. Because Iraq is completely dependent on oil and has no other imports than the border crossings, the laws that limit investment operations and activate the private sector must be reconsidered to advance the employment reality and the operation of human resources according to the available resources.[/size]
[size=45]armies of the unemployed[/size]
[size=45]In an official statistic obtained by Al-Mada, the number of unemployed people in Iraq registered with the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs amounted to 1,717,988 citizens, while official data revealed the high unemployment rates in Iraq to levels unprecedented in three decades, despite the enormous oil wealth owned by Iraq, and achieve large revenues that can solve many problems, foremost of which are unemployment and poverty.[/size]
[size=45]In the latest statistics issued by the World Bank, the unemployment level in Iraq reached 13.7 percent, which is the highest rate since 1991, which threatens to exacerbate the suffering of the Iraqi citizen.[/size]
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