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The economic crises that Iraq is witnessing have become an important reason for filling the pockets of the wings of the economic parties, especially when it comes to the crisis of the rise in the dollar, which cast a shadow on the Iraqi markets. The only people affected were the people, while the parties achieved large profits .
Artificial crises and Ali Baba's cave
Political analyst, Adnan Al-Tamimi, confirmed in an interview with “Baghdad Today”, Friday (September 22, 2023), that “many of the crises that strike Iraq are artificial by influential parties behind which large parties stand, even if indirectly, in order to achieve many of the goals, including Material interests and maintaining influence, especially with regard to the economic aspect, including the dollar market, which has become like Alibaba’s cave for economic wings with all their titles .”
The dollar exchange rates in Iraqi local markets are witnessing unstable jumps until they approached 160,000 dinars for every 100 dollars, in conjunction with information about American intentions to impose sanctions on new banks that are not committed to the terms of transferring and financing trade using the dollar .
Al-Tamimi added, “The wealth of some parties through opening channels and offices and recruiting thousands shows the extent of their financial extravagance and the amount of money they obtain,” pointing out that “any comparison between the beginnings of the parties and their current state gives a comprehensive view of the amount of money they obtained. ”
Parties and the game of rise and fall
Al-Tamimi points out that “most parties realize that their survival in the political scene is linked to the availability of funds through which they gain votes during election seasons and not according to programs and a comprehensive vision to address the country’s problems,” stressing that “the dollar market is the closest picture of what powerful forces cause in the game.” The rise and fall through which you make billions within a few minutes .”
The financial expert at the Baghdad Stock Exchange, Hossam Al-Khaizaran, had previously confirmed that “continuous speculation in hard currency and smuggling still threaten the value of the Iraqi dinar .”
Al-Khayzaran added to “Baghdad Today” that “smuggling and speculation networks have found new ways to avoid the Central Bank’s procedures,” calling on “the authorities to take new steps to address the crisis of the deteriorating value of the national currency. ”
He considered that "families pay the highest price, because most food items are imported and linked to the dollar, not the dinar," expecting "a new rise in poverty rates if the dinar's value decline and instability continue ."