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    Because Of The Dollar Crisis, The Sudanese Are Required To Apologize To The Iraqis

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    Because Of The Dollar Crisis, The Sudanese Are Required To Apologize To The Iraqis Empty Because Of The Dollar Crisis, The Sudanese Are Required To Apologize To The Iraqis

    Post by Rocky Sun 22 Jan 2023, 2:46 pm

    Because Of The Dollar Crisis, The Sudanese Are Required To Apologize To The Iraqis
    On January 22, 2023
    [rtl]The Independent/- The Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, is subjected to the deterioration of the dinar prices in a cold manner and by making promises without indicating from near or far the responsibility of his government for this deterioration, or Offering his apology to the Iraqis for the bad conditions that have reached him due to his government's policies.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Sudanese government had promised, after obtaining the confidence of Parliament, to raise the value of the dinar against the dollar, blaming the previous government for the dinar's deterioration, but none of that happened, as the dinar reached its lowest level ever against the dollar .[/rtl]
    [rtl]This deterioration was negatively reflected in the prices of basic commodities and foodstuffs, which witnessed a significant increase, which exhausted the budgets of Iraqi families and changed their accounts in terms of spending, amid the demands that the Sudanese government intervened to save the situation, but that did not happen, and the government dealt coldly with the crisis, and contented itself with statements without any practical steps.[/rtl]
    [rtl]"We have taken a number of bold decisions to support and stabilize the Iraqi dinar, and we warn those who try to take advantage of the crisis and play on the needs of the people," Al-Sudanese said on Saturday.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added, "The exchange rate did not rise as a result of a government decision, but rather because there were those who took advantage of the temporary conditions and the turmoil in the markets that are not yet familiar with dealing with the new banking mechanisms," which will preserve the funds, which is an important step on the road to economic reform."[/rtl]
    [rtl]However, Iraqi observers consider that Al-Sudani is still following in the footsteps of his predecessors by dealing with important files by making loose statements and promises about corruption and looted money without sitting with experts and specialists and making decisions capable of improving the conditions of vulnerable groups.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Sudanese reaffirmed "the priority of combating corruption, assigning it to the judiciary and the competent authorities to pursue those wanted and to work to recover the looted funds."[/rtl]
    [rtl]Al-Sudani stated, “We have taken into account, in all our steps and in the objectives of the budget, that we should alleviate endemic poverty in some Iraqi environments and sectors, and today we are nearing the completion of the draft budget law, Which is different from previous years, and it is the first time that the budget law revolves around the government program.” .[/rtl]

    [rtl]The Iraqi Ministry of Planning has announced that the poverty rate has reached 25 percent in a country with a population of about 42 million people, and has pledged to prepare a strategy to support poor groups and improve living requirements in the areas of health, housing, education and improving income.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Iraq has been witnessing for years a suffocating economic crisis due to political crises and conflicts, as well as mismanagement and widespread manifestations of corruption, and despite the financial boom that has been achieved during the past months due to the rise in oil prices, the Iraqis have not seen any improvement on the ground.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The Sudanese government, which was formed last October, had prioritized [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and reviving the deteriorating economy, but observers believe that many challenges impede the government's efforts, including the influential political forces that are heavily involved in the corruption octopus in Iraq, and most of These forces belong to the coordination framework. Who stands behind the choice of Sudanese to head the government.[/rtl]
    [rtl]According to statistics issued by international organizations concerned with integrity and combating financial and administrative corruption, Iraq occupies the forefront in terms of widespread corruption among the countries of the world, despite the presence of many oversight departments that are all supposed to monitor government performance in the financial and administrative fields.[/rtl]
    [rtl]The fictitious projects constitute a sample of the rampant corruption in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , and the Ministry of Planning revealed earlier about six thousand projects that funds were allocated for their implementation without this being achieved.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Economist Qasim al-Sultani said in previous statements to The Arab Weekly that poverty and unemployment rates have witnessed a steady rise in Iraq for a number of reasons, most notably the economic stagnation and political conflicts, in addition to the previous governments not having a solid program and plan to combat poverty and unemployment.[/rtl]
    [rtl]In statements to The Arab Weekly, Al-Sultani indicated that the unemployment crisis is raging in the country, reaching about 35 percent, of whom 650,000 are registered in the Social Security Department, and that the minimum salary for a worker is only 350,000 dinars ( $233).[/rtl]
    [rtl]Observers believe that Iraq needs a solid political will to achieve the required reform, which does not seem to be available in light of the quota regime's control of governance in the country, pointing out that Al-Sudanese attempts to achieve a breakthrough in a number of files, especially the anti-corruption file, cannot be bet on much.[/rtl]
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