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    Post by Rocky Mon Mar 04, 2024 6:40 am

    Prime Minister's Office: If there had been automation in taxes, the theft of the century would not have occurred

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    Deputy Director of the Prime Minister's Office, Ali Razouki



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    Deputy Director of the Prime Minister's Office, Ali Razouki, confirmed today, Monday, the immediate establishment of priorities for combating corruption, providing services, and economic reform, while indicating the intention to send about 1,000 students abroad this year.
    Razouki said in an interview during the activities of the Al-Rafidain Forum, “The tasks of the Prime Minister’s Office are many and are distinguished by the performance of administrative leaders,” noting that “the ministerial curriculum is intensive.”
    He added, "We have begun setting priorities, including combating corruption, providing services, and financial and economic reform, in addition to the issue of youth and providing special opportunities for them, in addition to working on sending students on scholarship, and this year we will send nearly a thousand students."
    He pointed out that "Baghdad has turned into a workshop and the office has teams to follow up on projects," noting that "some projects were launched in 2008 and were just ink on paper."
    He continued, "Today we feel positive reactions from the citizen," noting that "the Prime Minister's Office was interested in cooperating with all ministries, setting priorities, and focusing on hospital projects that will see the light soon, and most hospitals are simulating development."
    He continued, "Energies were directed towards the entrances to the cities, in addition to projects to relieve bottlenecks."
    He pointed out that if there had been automation in taxes, the theft of the century would not have occurred, especially since we have taken important steps in digital transformation, such as issuing passports and visas.




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