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    Iraqi engineers expose the loss factor: We go to work without productivity

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    Post by Rocky Wed 29 May 2024, 7:03 am

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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: Iraqi engineers revealed the presence of dozens and hundreds of loss-making government laboratories and factories in Iraq, which include thousands of employees without any production, thus draining huge sums of money from the general budget in the form of salaries and operational expenses.
    Engineer Ali Hussein told Al-Masala: “We go to work in these factories without any productivity,” noting that this phenomenon is also spreading in many government institutions that are full of flabby jobs and huge numbers of employees without generating any revenues for the state.
    For his part, Representative Majid Shankali revealed that the Samarra Pharmaceutical Factory recorded a deficit amounting to 43.45 billion Iraqi dinars in 2023, including 30 billion dinars in salaries borne by the general budget, pointing out that these losses have been recurring since 2017 until now.
    Shankali stressed the necessity of restructuring the Samarra Pharmaceutical Company and its affiliated factories as a first step to localizing the pharmaceutical industry, stressing that the number of factory employees, amounting to 5,585 employees, exceeds five times the actual needs.
    He called for the necessity of implementing radical reforms to confront this widespread phenomenon in state institutions, pointing out that “theory is one thing and implementation is something else entirely.”
    This comes as sources indicated that some government institutions that generate profits also suffer from looting and corruption, as is the case at border crossings.
    The state of idle public laboratories and factories, which include tens of thousands of employees without production, in addition to government institutions burdened with fake jobs and surplus numbers of employees, reflects a serious structural problem that the joints of the Iraqi state are suffering from and that are depleting its financial resources.
    Instead of these entities being engines of national production and wealth generation, they have turned into hotspots that consume huge sums of money from the general budget through salaries and operational budgets that are not matched by any productivity or economic returns to the state, but rather increase the burden of public spending.
    The widespread phenomenon of plunder and corruption in some government institutions that generate profits, such as border crossings, also constitutes an additional burden that increases the state’s losses and prevents the realization of any revenues from these institutions for the benefit of economic development.
    This situation reveals long-term negative accumulations in the deterioration of the performance and efficiency of the public sector, the spread of bureaucracy, corruption, and nepotism, and the widespread phenomenon of political employment far from actual needs, which turns these institutions into major economic burdens on the state instead of being contributors to production and wealth.
    Consulting engineer Kazem Absi said that the reform process demanded by political forces and experts requires a strategic vision and a real will to address the imbalance, by restructuring and rationalizing the public sector in a way that achieves productive efficiency and reduces the amount of financial waste and the phenomenon of corruption, with the aim of transforming these institutions into productive forces and sources of income for the state instead of From being a stifling budget burden.
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