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     Translation: Ahmed Alaa 

    Under Iraq sought to regain territory from militants Daash, he began the money isrunning out of the treasury, which will submit it to pressure other than the security pressure.
    Behind the front lines of the Iraqi desert, where it is the province of Nineveh police training to regain their areas and homes that Astbahaa organize Daash, suffers Associates of police of only one thing is the lack of arms. Maj . Ayman, stands by policemen dressed in blue suits, he says , "I've been collecting this number since the fall of the city of Mosul, and wait for nearly five months , arming them, but to no avail." The Iraqi forces have received before the dominance of militants Daash, offers of arming by the Western countries, and has already been getting a few weapons for the army of those countries, but these weapons took place , however , militants regulation after it took over the city of Mosul almost two years ago. security forces now have some sort of approbation, for it recently managed to regain control of the city of Ramadi, with the help of thousands of Shiite armed groups and tribesmen, making the militants organize Daash in decline and clear, as well as military successes in Salahuddin and elsewhere. and still talk going on about the restoration of the city of Mosul, but on the ground military operation seems far - fetched. in the past two months, Iraq has faced a sharp decline in oil prices onworld markets, and that the decision by Saudi Arabia to cut oil prices, oil prices to begin a war with rivals Geopolitic such as Iran and Russia. This case prompted the Iraqi government to reduce the public budget.Khalid al - Obeidi, Iraqi defense minister said in an interview to the Sunday Telegraph , "the Ministry ofDefense have been affected by the government downwards, and this is what the impact on the ministry significantly." He was the minister Obeidi talking about the recent Iraqi military achievements which a tour of the north - east of the town of Haditha in Anbar province, and upon arrival to the Base Speicher in Salahuddin province in 130 C-plane, he was received by conservative officials and complained of not handed over themoney from Baghdad, citing men isolate the police complaining about the lack of weapons for a long time. He Obeidi promised officials to maintain local, said that he will talk with the interior minister to help in arming thepeople of the province of the local police, adding that the money had stopped but he was confident that theweapon will be sent to the province. he praised the army chief of staff Gen. Othman al - Ghanemi the recent developments that have taken place the army, noting that military forces clashed with armed extremists ten days ago in Samarra Island. He Ghanimi that the military forces were able to cut off supply lines between thetwo main cities which are controlled by the organization Daash two of Fallujah and Mosul, stressing that this process was the implementation of an Iraqi weapon Iraqis atmosphere. during the audience to some interviews conducted by the Shiite armed groups, among its officials, indicated that the Iraqi army still relies on irregular forces in the restoration of the cities, with the continuation of the international coalition 's refusal to cooperate with the armed groups. Hussein Mohamed Hassan, a fighter from the military Badr organization stands by the General Ghanimi and confirms that military brigade is the military power against Daash, and they make up 70% of the fighting. separately, the government was forced to cut public sector wages, causing anger among the public , which is that his job a red line. Inside the shop for furniture in the Karrada district ofcentral Baghdad, recorded a decline of 50% of his work, while said an army officer, was serving a vacation with his wife in the market to shop, that government is the reason to cut salaries rather than the global economy as promoted by the government. He said the officer, who declined to be named, that what ishappening is the government 's fault, because it is , according to his belief was not preparing for such conditions when they reap billions of dollars in oil revenues when it was at a high price. economic crisis in Iraq and blaming government corruption, has revived the fortunes of the radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al - Sadr , who led his supporters to demonstrate in front of the green Zone , calling for reform. Majid picture, anindependent economist, says the Iraqi government were not working increasingly well, but has provided opportunities for employees and this is what led to the rise is unsustainable in its budget, because the number of workers in the public sector jumped from 650,000 employees to 4.5 million employees since the overthrow of Saddam Hussein 's regime in 2003. this large number of employees in the career field, came after the US invasion, which has built a democratic system based on sectarianism, where the allowed quota, entry of large numbers of staff to the public sector wire. the West hopes will help the Gulf states Iraq in its war against Daash as compensation for the reduction of oil prices, but so far the country has not received this support they hoped for Westerners, a Western official said in this regard that "Iraq fighting a war existential on behalf of the region, and in return it does not get anything at all. 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