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Including the restructuring of state institutions.. Proposals to end the job slackening crisis

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Including the restructuring of state institutions.. Proposals to end the job slackening crisis Empty Including the restructuring of state institutions.. Proposals to end the job slackening crisis

Post by rocky Sun 16 Jan 2022, 6:26 am

[size=52]Including the restructuring of state institutions.. Proposals to end the job slackening crisis[/size]

[size=45]In the past, Iraq witnessed a great slack in government institutions as a result of the decisions to appoint a large number of employees, with steps that economists described as ill-considered. At the same time, they identified solutions that would eliminate this slack, one of which was the abolition of provincial councils.[/size]
[size=45]The economic expert, Osama Al-Tamimi, said that “there is no doubt that the phenomenon of slack in the Iraqi state apparatus after 2003 has become a clear feature on all joints, including the special grades and the protections and logistical matters they need down to the ministries’ departments, due to the large number of appointments for various reasons without deliberate plans, what It had a negative impact on job performance and burdening the state with unnecessary expenses, which could have been directed to other areas.”[/size]
[size=45]He added, "This does not apply to provincial councils only, but all state departments are crowded today with employees, which has led to a decline in achievement levels to very low degrees, and some reports indicate that daily achievement rates reach twenty or thirty minutes a day." Not to mention the spread of the phenomenon of aliens and others that affected the level of performance.”[/size]
[size=45]He explained that "the next government should form ministerial committees to determine the number of employees and restructure the ministries' departments in a manner commensurate with their scientific and professional capabilities to improve performance, and this includes the provincial councils," noting that "the restructuring process will lead to a decrease in expenditures first, and then eliminate many redundant and bureaucratic circles." Functionality that is practiced in many state institutions and job exploitation by adopting state agencies methods of technological development as is the case in the developed world to accomplish tasks in addition to the easy access to the right decisions quickly after removing administrative obstacles that have become subsisted by some parties that do not care about the interests of the people And the citizen.”[/size]
[size=45]In turn, the economic expert, Iyad Al-Agaili, confirmed that “during the past 18 years, previous governments have worked to appoint millions of new employees in various government institutions and different sectors, for several reasons, most of which are political and without prior planning or knowing the actual and real need for these institutions until they became filled with thousands of unemployed employees. From work, unfortunately, who could have been better utilized in other important sectors, such as the private sector, which should have been developed, taken care of, and included in social security.”[/size]
[size=45]And he indicated that "slack in state institutions was followed by a natural result of slack in the general budget, which has become drained like a milking cow without actual and real production."[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "among those institutions are the provincial councils whose work was suspended by a decision of the Iraqi parliament in 2019 after the demonstrations that erupted in Baghdad, the middle Euphrates provinces and the southern provinces, and experience has proven the failure of those councils during the past years in which they were working, as they were draining The state’s general budget and the governorates’ budget through the salaries of hundreds of members and other expenditures such as protections, armored cars, fuel, and others.”[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "after the early elections and the election of a new parliament, we believe that one of its first duties is to find a practical and scientific alternative to those councils and to enact a new law in this regard."[/size]
[size=45]He suggested that "those councils are legally and constitutionally abolished, and the governors are elected directly by the Iraqi people, and the work of these governors is monitored by the parliament itself."[/size]
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