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Baghdad - conscious - Fatima Rahma
Today, Sunday, Adviser to the Prime Minister and Executive Director of the Reform Cell, Alaa Al-Saadi, set the goals of the white paper, while noting that it was written systematically away from politics, stressing that it is not linked to the next government .
Al-Saadi said in a speech during the Sixth Energy Conference, attended by the correspondent of the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the white paper aims to achieve two strategic goals: the first is to initiate a radical and immediate reform program to stop the budget drain and deficit and to provide sufficient financial and time spaces to start reform, and the second goal is to put the economy and budget on a sustainable path of bright future options."
He explained, "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi launched the actual implementation of the white paper projects at the beginning of August of last year," stressing that "the Reform Department cell in the Prime Minister's Office will continue to follow up on the ministries behind in the implementation process."
He added, "The white paper was written to diagnose economic problems accurately and systematically," noting that "work on it is not done spontaneously or on an individual project, but through plans that diagnose the problem and determine the appropriate treatments for it."
He continued, "The paper was designed to present a mixture of strategies and policies to confront Iraq's economic problems," noting that it "sought to redefine the role of the economy in society, in application of the principles of the Constitution, as well as its endeavor to improve the state's management of public financial systems and create the appropriate environment to create a dynamic and dynamic economy." competitiveness, in addition to its endeavor to restructure the financial and banking system, and to address the factors that led to low productivity in all its forms through the implementation of works and through commitment to applications.
And he added, "The white paper did not forget to protect the fragile classes in society, and this tool was achieved through several axes, including achieving sustainable financial stability, economic reforms, facilitating infrastructure, providing basic services, giving priority to fragile groups, in addition to developing governance and the environment." Legal and administrative capacity to enable institutions and individuals to implement reform.
He stressed, "The white paper is a paper for economic reforms for Iraq in a purely professional manner, as it did not target political factors, that is, it was not drawn in a political way, but was written in a purely professional manner and provided the appropriate environment for the development process regardless of the form of the next government, and its political and intellectual orientations."
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