17:45 - 09-27-2022
Today, Tuesday, the Ministry of Planning revealed a vision to absorb graduates from various disciplines in partnership with the private sector, while confirming the move towards forming a council for this private sector, among its objectives working on issuing new legislation to support its work.
Ministry spokesman Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi said that there are "large numbers of university graduates annually, and it is no longer possible to absorb this increase within state institutions due to the large inflation in the government body."
He explained that "there is a planning vision that includes heading towards a real partnership with the private sector to be able to absorb the increase in the number of graduates from various disciplines," noting that "the private sector is able to achieve partnership provided that there are appropriate conditions for its work in this framework."
He added, "The ministry is working on a strategy for developing the private sector, and it is based on three phases, and the first phase, which is the preparation phase, has been completed. For the private sector, which includes representatives of economic activities affiliated with the private sector in various specializations.
He pointed out that "this council is working temporarily under the chairmanship of the Minister of Planning, which aims to lay the foundations and arrangements for the selection of a permanent council, all its details are within the private sector and facilitated according to the competence of each of these parties, as well as drawing an integrated map and creating the conditions required for the work of the private sector and re-establishing Considering the regulations and legislation in force, in addition to issuing new laws that could facilitate the work of the private sector to be effective, effective and a partner with the government sector.
Regarding the low-cost role, Al-Hindawi said that "within the ministry's strategy to build a low-cost role dedicated to the poor class," noting that "the evaluation of poverty rates is according to special criteria."
He pointed out that "the low-cost role project has been implemented in the governorates of Anbar, Kirkuk, Diwaniyah, Muthanna and Wasit, as well as other complexes that work is being done in other governorates."
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