[size=36]A member of Parliamentary Finance sends an invitation to Al-Sudani related to the 2023 budget[/size]
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, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Koujar, called, on Tuesday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani to invest the 2023 budget to be a "real development" budget, and to transform ministries "from consumption to productivity."
Cougar said, "Employee productivity does not exceed ten minutes in all state institutions, and even merging ministries does not solve the problem because it is not the main node," calling on the prime minister to "urge his ministers to develop a program on how to transform ministries from consuming to productive, so that they do not The budget becomes mere sums for ministerial projects with which to buy property.”
Cougar added, "The prime minister must invest this year's budget to be a real development budget, and to transform ministries from consumerism to productivity, in order to raise employee productivity," going on to say that "slack and functional paralysis exist from the highest to the lowest link."
And Cougar continued in an interview with the official newspaper, followed by Mawazine News, that "there are many solutions, including partnership between the public and private sectors, or going towards a private sector government, meaning the ministry remains to manage the file and not to move all issues." Ended 29/N33