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    Iraqi economist: Compulsory conscription will cost the state a lot of money and will not be free of

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    Post by Rocky Tue 08 Nov 2022, 5:38 am

    Iraqi economist: Compulsory conscription will cost the state a lot of money and will not be free of corruption
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    The economic expert, Younis Al-Kaabi, said that compulsory conscription will cost the state large sums of money, and the file may not be free of corruption, pointing to the importance of investing youth energies in moving the wheel of the economy and benefiting from the conscription sums in opening factories and laboratories and providing opportunities for the unemployed.
    Al-Kaabi said: "Compulsory conscription costs the state very large sums in order to prepare the camps and expenses for food, armament, training and salaries, at a time when Iraq does not need such numbers in the ranks of the security forces."
    He added that "the ages covered by the law require the state to recruit about one million young men into the ranks of the security forces, as the soldier is given approximately 700,000 per month, and this costs the state large sums compared to the number being recruited."
    And he indicated that "the recruitment file will not be far from the rampant corruption in various sectors, which necessitates the state to invest in young energies in reviving the economy by taking advantage of the recruitment sums towards establishing factories, laboratories and investment projects to attract unemployed youth in various specializations. On the other hand, opening the door for Volunteer for those who wish to join the security services. finished 25
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