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HOW MUCH DO EMPLOYEES CONSUME FROM THE GENERAL BUDGET?

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With the passage of the financial budget law for the year 2023 approaching, there has been talk about the number of government employees in Iraq, amid ongoing talk about successive governments behind the loss of millions of dollars on appointments without any financial returns benefiting the country.
According to the figures of the Central Statistical Organization of the Ministry of Planning, November 2021, Iraq has more than one million, 32 thousand and 599 employees in state institutions, but former Finance Minister Ali Allawi said in the middle of this year, “The latest government statistics are the number of those who get paid.” Salaries from the state in various segments amount to about seven million employees, according to the latest data of the Ministry of Finance,” stressing that “there is continuous work with the job and tax number, and it will contribute to ending the file of double salaries, as well as those who drop out of the job.”

Unfair distribution

An employee who works in the Housing Fund Department in Baghdad says, "His department suffers from a significant shortage in the number of employees, since the existing numbers do not fill the daily momentum of citizens."
In a press interview, he continued, saying, "There is a noticeable discrepancy in the number of employees in the ministries. Service departments are always deficient in number, unlike other departments that are overflowing with employees and find that half of them do not have work to do."
Sarah Ahmed, an elementary school teacher in Baghdad, speaks for her part by saying that "the teaching staff in schools is few compared to the number of students that is increasing year after year," stressing that "the Ministry of Education, for example, is among the lowest-paid ministries."
Ahmed added, "Many ministries are overflowing with numbers, and therefore the distribution of employees to state departments is unfair and depends on (connections)," calling on the House of Representatives and the legislative authority to "enact a law that unifies salaries and allocations for all state departments without exception."
The economy in Iraq depends entirely on the oil sector, where 95% of the country's total income is from the dollar, which makes the economy oscillating, as it is directly linked to global oil prices, and any drop in global prices would plunge the country into a financial crisis, as happened in previous years.

Iraq and its global numbers

Iraq is the largest country in terms of the number of government employees relative to the total workforce, based on a study prepared by the International Labor Organization and the institution's data, according to a report published by the independent "Iraq Future" institution concerned with economic affairs.
The head of the institution, Manar Al-Obeidi, says in the report that “the percentage of workers in the government sector in Iraq amounted to 37% among a group of countries included in the study, as the government sector is considered the most pressure on the state’s general budget, which goes in its entirety as salaries to employees, without the presence of real production equivalent to these high expenses as a result of Not creating an investment environment that contributes to encouraging the private sector and providing job opportunities through it, which increases pressure on the public sector.
According to the statistics of the report, which included its study of 12 countries, Saudi Arabia ranked second with a rate of 35.3% in the number of employees to the labor force, followed by China with a rate of 28%.

Figures and Statistics

For his part, the economist, Khattab al-Daman, says that "Iraq spends 5 trillion dinars monthly to pay the salaries of government employees during the current year," noting that "the country's financial budget annually allocates 160 trillion dinars (an estimated 40 billion US dollars), especially for salaries." employees across the provinces.
According to the guarantor’s statement, the year 2022 witnessed an escalation in financial allocations for salaries, as the government transferred thousands of contracts to permanent owners, with the addition of other new grades, and therefore these numbers were estimated compared to the 2021 budget.
The economist points out that "there is a huge inflation in the number of employees," explaining that "most of the civil ministries use and need 25% of the employees they own."
The average net salary of a government employee in Iraq amounted to more than $580 during the year 2022, according to CEOWORLD magazine. 105 countries are included in the table.

Economic vision

In addition, the economic adviser to the Kurdistan Parliament, Arshad Taha, says, "Iraq is one of the countries most dependent on oil in the world, and the heavy dependence on oil, the procyclical public finance policy, and the insufficient management of oil revenues have led to Iraq's exposure to fluctuations in commodity prices."
Although oil generates most government revenues, less than 1% of the Iraqi workforce works in the oil sector, and the public sector is the largest official employer, representing 37.9% of the country's workforce.
In a press interview, Taha continues, saying, "The private sector, which is mostly dominated by the poor and most needy segments of the workforce, is still largely stunted and informal, and the legacy of conflicts, political instability, and weak government further discourages sector investments." own and its growth.
An economist believes that most civil ministries use and need 25% of the employees who work in them
 According to the government advisor, Arshad Taha, the Iraqi economy has witnessed a revival thanks to the increase in oil production and the recovery of local economic activity after the Corona pandemic, and the increase in government oil revenues, driven by the increase in export prices and volume, has greatly strengthened the position of public finances and international reserves, and the total government revenues have increased. by about 72% in the first nine months of 2022, adding, "But without implementing deeper structural reforms and diversifying economic activity, the heavy dependence on oil in Iraq makes it vulnerable to fluctuations in commodity prices."
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