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    Post by Rocky Fri 17 May 2024, 5:01 am

    Iraq reaches its “peak”... Parliamentary legal opinion opens the file of job laxity and confirms: it threatens the state treasury

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     Member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, Representative Salem Ibrahim Al-Anbuki, confirmed today, Thursday (May 16, 2024), that Iraq has reached the peak of functional slackness, which threatens the government’s treasury, which depends 93% of its revenues on the sale of crude oil. 
    Al-Anbuki said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “appointment without prior planning that leads to investing capabilities in production has negative consequences on the performance of state institutions, which have reached the peak of flabbiness in light of large numbers exceeding the capacity to absorb them, accompanied by large differences in financial rights between one ministry and another.” Despite the equivalent experience, certification, years of service, and even specialization.”
    Al-Anbuki added, “Government appointments remaining without controls will help address the slackness occurring with the rise in the wage bill. This will put the state in a difficult position after years,” noting that “93% of state treasury revenues depend directly on the sale of crude oil, which faces price fluctuations in the country.” Last few years".
    He pointed out that "Iraq has promising development and economic prospects, including the path to development and the rest of the other projects, in addition to the possibility of opening up to reviving factories," explaining that "the annual import bill reaches 50 billion dollars from sectors for which alternatives can be provided in the country at the industrial, agricultural, and even "food".
    Al-Anbuki stressed, “All the economic reports on the appointments file raise concern, especially with the significant increase in the number of Iraqi employees compared to the size of its population,” stressing “the importance of reconsidering and for the state to put pressure towards reviving the private sector and providing greater job opportunities compared to government appointments.”
    On Thursday (May 9, 2024), Representative Mortada Al-Saadi revealed the contents of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani’s plan to restructure the government apparatus.
    Al-Saadi said in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “restructuring the government apparatus, especially in its administrative, financial and economic aspects, is on the table,” stressing that it “needs radical reform in light of the presence of slackness and weakness in some administrative aspects, not to mention the large numbers of employees in some institutions to the point of The inability to provide seats for them has become a part of the situation.”
    Al-Saadi added, “A higher committee was formed, headed by Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, to restructure the government apparatus,” asking, “But according to what dimensions and what are the first steps and their standards?” Pointing out that “the road map for work has not been presented yet, but in return, it remains Any measures that help revitalize the government sector and address sagging are a step in the right direction.”
    He pointed out that "state institutions have competencies capable of developing a comprehensive strategy to restructure the government apparatus," stressing that "if foreign companies are used, there must be justifications in addition to explaining the content of their work, but the most important thing is that the steps be effective."
    The economic expert, Mustafa Akram Hantoush, pointed out that the statistics on the number of employees in Iraq are inaccurate, but the advertiser confirms the presence of approximately 2.5 million employees in the civilian public sector, in addition to 1.75 million employees in the security services, which include the Ministries of Defense, Interior, Counter-Terrorism, and Intelligence. And others, and therefore there are approximately 4.5 million government employees in Iraq.
    Hantoush confirms in a press statement, “There are about 3.5 million Iraqis who receive pension salaries from the state, and these are outside the 37% of the total declared workforce, taking into account that part of the budget goes to the retirement fund because many retirees do not have retirement savings.” In the pension fund that was rebuilt in 2008.
    He continues that approximately 1.5 million Iraqis receive salaries under what is known as social welfare (monthly salaries granted by the Ministry of Labor to poor families), and therefore the total number of Iraqis who receive monthly salaries from the state is estimated at 9.5 million Iraqis who depend for their livelihood directly on the state (employees And retirees and people on social welfare), which may constitute 23% of the population of Iraq, whose population is estimated by the Ministry of Planning at about 42 million people.
    For his part, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee revealed the shocking productivity of government employees in the public sector.
    Jamal Cougar said, in a statement to the official newspaper, followed by (Baghdad Today), that: “Employee productivity does not exceed ten minutes in all state institutions, and even merging the ministries does not solve the problem because it is not the basic node.”
    Koger called on Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to "urge his ministers to develop a program on how to transform ministries from consumers to producers, so that the budget does not become merely sums for ministerial projects with which to purchase property." 
    He added, "The Prime Minister must invest this year's budget to be a real development budget, and we must transform the ministries from consumption to production, in order to raise employee productivity," indicating that "flabbiness and functional paralysis exist from the highest level to the lowest."
    Koger pointed out, “There are many solutions, including partnership between the public and private sectors, or going towards a private sector government, meaning the ministry remains to manage the file and not to move all the issues.”
    It is noteworthy that during the past two decades, successive governments postponed looking at the problems of human development in the private sector, and resorted to an employment movement in the public sector, so that the government job became “the dream and goal of the young man.” These problems accumulated and combined until they became a heavy burden on successive budgets, no matter how investment-explosive they were.
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