[size=36]Al-Kazemi’s advisor identifies two directions for investing oil savings by improving the living reality[/size]
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, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, identified today, Friday, two directions for investing oil savings in improving the living situation in the country.
Salih said, "The oil savings should go in two directions: the first is the necessary social spending (social welfare) by providing a cash income of at least 2.5 dollars per day, which is the poverty line level for each deprived individual in Iraq."
He added, "This is accompanied by the provision of health services, free education, and a ration card for those who are deprived, especially the most vulnerable groups of the disabled, widows, the elderly, orphans, and others. Thus, social welfare policy is defined as the government's response to human needs such as food, housing, health care, employment and other necessities." .
He pointed out that "the second part is investment spending on urban and productive projects undertaken by the state, especially projects that provide job opportunities (which is the source of income and the basis of individual well-being), as well as the importance of contributing to investment projects in accelerating the level of growth in the country's GDP."
He pointed out that "these are successful social welfare and economic development policies, which require solid and sustainable government programs and policies to be implemented that are undertaken by all government programs." Ended 29 / h