Government bet on economic success
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Baghdad: Haider Al-Jaber
Since the new government assumed its duties months ago, a trend towards the economic side, supported by the House of Representatives, emerged during its performance, as the pace of economic conferences and investment projects increased, and loans increased to encourage the private sector, in light of an unprecedented financial abundance.
Representative Ibtisam Al-Hilali praised the government's economic approach, declaring Parliament's full support for it. Al-Hilali told Al-Sabah: “The new government is interested in advancing the national economy because all countries are built with the economy, and the government has focused on agriculture, industry and trade.” .
And she indicated that "the economic orientation paves the way for building a strong state," expecting the government's success in this file, especially if political efforts are concerted, and indicated that Iraq "passed through a critical experience after the Ukrainian war," declaring "parliament's support for the government's program to reach a strong economy." . In turn, blogger and writer Hassan Al-Ghazi attributed the government's economic approach to 3 reasons. Al-Ghazi told Al-Sabah: "There are 3 reasons behind the government's economic orientation. The first is the stability of the security and political situation, which is a natural matter because the priority of the economy comes after security." Which has Vision 2030 and Kuwait, which has Vision 2035.” And he continued, “The third reason is specific to the Sudanese who held more than one position, including the Ministry of Labor. He knew that Iraq’s main problem is poverty as it really is, not numbers.” confirmed, that " Politics is a concentrated expression of the economy, and politics and economics are difficult to separate.” Last week, Baghdad hosted the “Development Road” conference, which is expected to raise the economic and social level of the region, as it connects Asia and Europe through an advanced railway that runs from Fao to To Zakho. In addition, the researcher and academic, Haitham Al-Khazali, said: The government's approach towards the economy aims to achieve internal political success in the first place. Al-Khazali said to (Al-Sabah): "Politics is the juice of the economy, and in order to achieve internal political success, it must There will be a good and comfortable economic situation for the citizen,” he added, “therefore, the Sudanese focused on unemployment and poverty among his five priorities internally.” He continued: “As for externally; Al-Sudani has adopted the principle of productive relations, and the amount that is reflected in Iraq economically or in the field of combating corruption.
Edited by: Muhammad Al-Ansari
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