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Baghdad - aware - Nassar Al-Hajj
Today, Sunday, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, called for a re-examination of operating expenses and building them according to the principles of justice and fairness, while stressing the need to create partnerships with the private sector to advance the investment budget programs.
Salih said, in a statement to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), "It is necessary to carry out a strict re-examination of operating expenses in all its details and build them according to the two principles of justice and fairness in financial behavior and to address the waste left by previous legislation and led to an exponentially increasing burden of expenditures and posed a burden on financial sustainability and its future." ".
He added, "Actual partnerships must be established with the private sector to advance the investment budget programs, especially productive and income-generating projects, within the framework of a strategy for cooperation and partnership between the state and the private sector, and seeking to find sources of financing available from outside the general budget or direct reliance on fluctuations in the oil resource in it."
And he called, for "the need to consider the issue of the comprehensive financial reform plan and the reorganization of financial life, in which the scope of waste has expanded in its components due to the accumulation of legislation that requires financing constantly, so going to borrow or borrow and engage in overburdening debts in the interest of the operational budget of a non-productive consumer nature, as it causes confiscation The hopes of future generations and their bequeathing negative financing models that eliminate opportunities for prosperity and economic progress.
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