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    Government jobs for sale in Iraq... and positions distributed quotas between parties

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    Government jobs for sale in Iraq... and positions distributed quotas between parties Empty Government jobs for sale in Iraq... and positions distributed quotas between parties

    Post by Rocky Sun 08 Oct 2023, 7:06 am

    [size=38]Government jobs for sale in Iraq... and positions distributed quotas between parties[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The phenomenon of selling positions and jobs is still widespread in Iraq, which is a dangerous phenomenon that affects the performance of the government apparatus and the services provided to citizens.
    The causes of the phenomenon are due to several factors, including the weakness of the rule of law, the lack of sufficient oversight of officials, the spread of corruption at all levels of the state, the adoption of the principle of political quotas in the distribution of positions and functions, and the lack of fair and transparent mechanisms for selecting qualified personnel.
    On Sunday, the Federal Integrity Commission announced the dismantling of a network that practices the work of “appointing, transferring, and selling positions” for employees in state institutions. In exchange for sums of money.
    The Commission’s Investigations Department said in a statement, “The Commission’s Investigation Directorate in Baghdad took the initiative to form a work team; To investigate and investigate information contained in a complaint by a member of the Ministry of Defense that includes a person requesting a sum of money; To complete an academic transaction.
    Positions and jobs in Iraq are usually sold by paying large sums of money to officials, or by providing services or interests in exchange for obtaining the job.
    The prices of government positions and jobs in Iraq range from tens of thousands to millions of dollars, depending on the importance of the job and the degree of corruption.
    Several media reports revealed the existence of the phenomenon of selling positions and jobs in Iraq, where large sums of money were revealed that were paid to obtain government positions. A number of Iraqi officials were also arrested on charges of selling positions and jobs.
    The phenomenon of selling positions and jobs is one of the main challenges facing Iraq, as it leads to the marginalization of competencies and a low level of services provided to citizens. This phenomenon also contributes to the spread of corruption at all levels of the state.
    The phenomenon of restricting jobs to parties and relatives of officials is also widespread in Iraq.
    Government jobs in Iraq are usually given to parties and relatives of officials based on political loyalty and not on competence. Government jobs are also used for political and economic gain for officials and their families.
    Several media reports have revealed the phenomenon of restricting jobs to parties and relatives of officials in Iraq, as many cases were revealed in which government jobs were granted to unqualified people. A number of Iraqi officials were also arrested on charges of granting government jobs to their relatives and friends.
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