[rtl]The leader of the Wisdom Movement, Ammar al-Hakim, considered that the allocation of 48 trillion dinars for the investment part of the budget will cause a shift in projects, noting that if a religious person fails in the legislative or executive aspect, he does not count on the Islamists.
Al-Hakim said during a symposium in the Baghdad Diwan for political and social elites, according to a statement from his office, that “Iraq is living in a new positive atmosphere, and the countries of the region and the world view Iraq as having an experience that deserves praise and admiration, and that the prime minister enjoys acceptance at the internal and external levels," stressing that "Stability in general is based on political stability, which has left positive effects on the security, social and economic levels."
Al-Hakim indicated that "the current budget took into account the economic challenges," calling in this context to "leave the rentier state and activate productive sectors such as agriculture, industry, tourism, investment and technology," noting that the allocation of 48 A trillion for the investment sector in the budget will cause a shift in the field of projects, and its approval for three years will enhance the confidence of investors and productive sectors in the country's economic path.
He called for "reading the international variables, as Iraq is the focus of a large part of these variables through its location and historical roles, which requires defining the Iraqi identity economically, politically and security,
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Al-Hakim stressed that "the radical treatment of the oil file between the federal government and the regional government lies in the legislation of the oil and gas law, indicating that the budget triangle is a good ground for restoring confidence between all parties, and that experience has proven that everyone loses as a result of conflict and stampede, and he also called for automation and transparency," and said that "Having the region's oil imports in one account and under the supervision of the Financial Supervisory Authority will enhance clarity and transparency."[/rtl]
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