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    " The Dinar Daily ", Tuesday, 7 January 2014

    Maliki and Assad Contributing to a United Sunni Front
    By Hiwa Osman

    Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s new adventure in Anbar province will redefine the dynamics of the Sunni-Shiite conflict in the Middle East. As Maliki fights the Sunnis in Iraq, next door President Bashar al-Assad’s flailing regime is doing the same in Syria.

    Both Maliki and Assad are targeting the Sunnis as a people and hitting Sunni organizations, whether or not they are involved in terrorist activities. Both use the same rhetoric, and both have managed to push the Sunnis under the control of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which now sees the two wars as a single conflict. What Maliki and Assad have accomplished is to unite Sunni insurgents on both sides of the border into a single force against both regimes. Although this calculated adventure by Maliki is mostly to gain a stronger standing in the upcoming election and to be seen as the protector of the Shiites, he will face a much bigger internal Shiite problem afterwards. His behavior will convince the Sunnis of Iraq that he -- or Shiite rule in general – is by no means a partnership. This will lower the chances of a common political or security ground between the Shiite and Sunni communities in Iraq, as well as in Syria.

    The most likely scenario for the Sunnis in both countries is to gradually evolve into one entity, of an Islamic character, at war with the Shiites and ruled be extremists for some time to come. This seems to be a natural tendency of countries that experienced the Arab Spring. Many countries in the Middle East still seem in need of shaping their new realities and identities, and hence alliances. Clearly, fighting is one way of doing so in these areas. Very few are looking at differences and solutions with the eyes of a statesman. The issue of the Sunni Arabs in Iraq is clearly political and needs a true leader that can chart the way ahead for all sides. But Maliki seems adamant on settling the issue by force. Similarly, the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, which has become the representative of the Sunnis thanks to Maliki, is equally adamant on exerting control over the Sunni populations and areas. Looking a bit to the north of the Sunni-Shiite conflict, a new entity is also emerging, a Kurdish entity that spans Iraq and Syria. It seems only a matter of time for the Kurdish issues of Turkey and Iran to be added to the mix.

    In short, the Kurdistan, Sunnistan and the Shiastan that were discussed as a possibility in Iraq are now spilling beyond Iraq's borders. But the next phase is the internal dynamics of who will lead these new “stans”. In Shiastan, Iran has the upper hand and it will call the shots. But it is still to be seen who will prevail amongst the smaller players, like Maliki and his election competitors. In Sunnistan, ISIS will have many local competitors, and we will have to see who prevails at the end. In Kurdistan, it is only a matter of time before Abdullah Ocalan is released from prison in Turkey. That will strengthen the political mix of these areas, intensifying the competition for leadership with the current de facto leader of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani. Hiwa Osman is the CEO and founder of www.mediawan.me


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    The Election Commission will begin a media campaign for the registration, verification and distribution of e-card

    January 6, 2014 In political

    Baghdad: Iraq News Network-the independent Election Commission on Monday launched the information campaign for the registration, verification and distribution of electronic election card. "in the Office" sharifi mokdad start campaign for the registration and verification of electronic distribution and e-card through agreement with the media highlighting twoseAll e-card for citizens and the willingness of UNHCR to this national project ", adding that" after agreement with the Spanish company {Andhra}, which began printing the e-cards will be distributed after the middle of this month by polling stations across Iraq in which more than {1083} and mobile teams to receive the card in accordance with the mechanisms set up for this purpose. "he" have been printed millions of the wastesFor the next few days to the UNHCR to begin distributing. "he noted that" the formation of committees to monitor the items and walkartat footage for campaign e-card, "continued Al-sharifi" modern campaign last for on track campaign {21} to election day, "" citizen could vote without having the card with him when election day. the forthcoming legislative electionsOn 30 April, Parliament had approved by the majority, the law on elections in the {4 November 2013}, which will increase the number of seats in the Parliament of {325} as in the current session to {328}, {310} of the provinces and the {18} the remaining distributed by eight share {Kota} minorities, including five for the Christian component, and one for each of the Yezidi and Shabak, sabaeans, and it is hoped that the elections to the open list system


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    Kurds Refuse to Honor Iraq Army Day
    By RUDAW

    A proposed bill in the Kurdistan parliament has scrapped the Armed Forces Day from the list of future public holidays.

    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – On Iraq’s Armed Forces Day on Monday, the minister of Anfal affairs in the autonomous Kurdistan Region refused to honor the holiday, instead opening a photographic exhibition of anti-Kurdish atrocities committed by the military under Saddam Hussein.

    “We wanted to let them (the military) know that the history of the Iraqi army has been the suppression of the Kurdish people and others; what the Iraqi army has left was destruction,” said Aram Muhammad, the Minister of Martyrs and Anfal Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG).

    The Anfal campaign refers to the brutal suppression of Iraq’s Kurds by previous regimes, including Saddam’s. More and more, Saddam’s brutality against the Kurds is being internationally recognized as genocide.

    Muhammad said that, instead of honoring the Iraqi army, the Kurds should pay their respects to their own Peshmarga forces.

    “We should have a day for the Peshmerga of Kurdistan, which for years have been in a struggle to defend our land,” said Muhammad, who inaugurated the exhibition.

    “There is not a single thing in our memories to make us respect this day,” said an employee at the Anfal ministry.

    Meanwhile, several newly-elected Kurdistan MPs went to the parliament building in Kurdistan on Monday to show their opposition to the holiday being observed by the Kurds.

    “Since the formation of the Iraqi army the people of Kurdistan have only one experience with this army, and that is a bitter one,” said MP Ari Harsin, who went to parliament and stayed at the courtyard because the building itself was closed due to the holiday.

    “I don’t understand the logic behind making the Army Day a holiday, and remembering our terrible experiences with the military,” he added.

    The Kurds especially suffered under Saddam’s brutal rule, enduring the destruction of their villages, massacres, torture and the infamous 1988 poison gas attack against the town of Halabja that killed 5,000 Kurdish civilians.

    A proposed bill in the Kurdistan parliament has scrapped the Armed Forces Day from the list of future public holidays.

    Opposition to the holiday is also common among the people of Kurdistan, who believe that the Kurds should honor their own Peshmarga forces.

    “It shouldn’t be a public holiday since the Iraqi army has hurt and killed people,” said Roshna Ismail, a university graduate from Sulaimani.

    “It was the army that launched the Anfal campaign against the Kurds and destroyed Iraq. We like to have a neutral army,” said another Sulaimani resident.

    Britain helped to establish the Iraqi Army in January 1921. Since the Iraqi army has involved in many atrocities against the Kurds in Iraq, including the genocide Anfal campaigns and use of chemical gas in 1988 in Halabja and other areas, where hundreds thousands of people perished.


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    The Iranian Government and America: we are ready to supply military equipment to the Maliki government!

    January 6, 2014 In political

    Baghdad/Iraq News Network-General Mohammad hejazi's Deputy Chief of staff ready to advise Iraq on its battle with Al-Qaida and supply military equipment. the official IRNA news agency quoted a news story today about hejazi as saying "we are ready to provide them with advice and equipment if Baghdad so we know they are not needed for the troops on the ground.", said John Kerry, u.s. Secretary of State, that his country will assist the Iraqi authorities in their fight against militants linked to Al-Qaida in Anbar province. "Kerry stressed in a statement today Not Washington's intention to send troops into Iraq again. local government officials met with tribal leaders in Western Anbar province to urge them to cooperate with the force to repel attacks by militants linked to Al-Qaeda who have seized parts of Ramadi and alstratigitine.


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    Optimism for the second visit of a parliamentary delegation to Baghdad, the Kurdish

    1/7/2014 0:00

    Expected to solve all the remaining files permanently
    Baghdad Shaima Rashid

    expressed Committees oil and finance in the House of Representatives, expressed hope that yielded the second visit of the delegation of the Kurdistan region to Baghdad to reach a final conclusion on the outstanding issues, particularly dossier budget and entitlements oil.

    Vice Chairman of the Oil and Energy Committee on Dhari Fayad, confirmed that the second visit of the delegation of the Kurdish to Baghdad will enhance the results of the first visit, which he described as »fruit» and in the interest of the country.

    Fayyad said in an interview »morning», we're going to be there is an understanding between the parties in accordance with the interests of the Iraqi people, because the budget should come appropriate in the public interest and build a state and its institutions and the development of public life.

    added that «the budget in 2014 was delayed because of the presence of some obstacles, and we had a hope that is solved these problems by the end of the year to be a budget to take effect early this year», expressing hope that agreement is reached between the central government and the provincial government on file budget and silver in a manner consistent with the possibilities and challenges facing the state and the people through dialogues positive.

    either the Commission's decision Qasim Mchkta, has predicted that the yield visit for the signing of an agreement to end the outstanding problems between the Governments of the center and the province, especially since the first visit was fruitful and good.

    said Mchkta in an interview »morning», that «the first visit of a delegation of Kurdish to Baghdad were very fruitful and dealt with differences of oil between the center and the region, according to what was confirmed by the statements, which announced another round of communication after New Year holidays », and pointed out that the sticking point in the budget, which had delayed so far is the issue of oil contracts, as well as corporate loans, expected to be ironed out during this visit because the ideas are close, he says. are scheduled to arrive delegation province to Baghdad today Tuesday and announced that the Ministry of Finance Government of Kurdistan during earlier this week.

    said Undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance Rashid Tahir in a press statement that it «is scheduled to visit a new delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Baghdad on Tuesday in order to discuss the details of the issues of oil and Budget and the Peshmerga», expected that in the case was the atmosphere of the forthcoming meetings Cassapgaha, it is possible to resolve some outstanding issues, noting that the previous meeting was positive in dealing with the issues of oil and the budget, but the policy change, not fixed. was president of the Kurdistan Regional Government Barzani, presided over the last week, a Kurdish delegation visited Baghdad to meet with officials to resolve the outstanding problems between the governments in Baghdad and the province special entitlements region in the budget of 2014 and related entitlements oil companies and the salaries of the Peshmerga, where he met with Kurdish delegation during the visit, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and his deputy, and a number of officials. drew Tahir said the delegation's visit to Baghdad would be the time to discuss the finer details of the issues relating to oil and budget allocations Peshmerga, hoping to be ironed out.

    their part, guessed a member of the Finance Committee Najeebeh Najib's visit Kurdish delegation will focus on technical matters calculations between the Governments of the center and the province.

    Were based MP guessed as explained »Sabah», on the previous visit of the delegation of Kurdish was about the export of oil and its revenue and stand up parties when things of detailed and audit, technical and calculations of the budget of the Peshmerga and the dues of companies and them and them from the financial benefits, indicating that the results were fruitful and welcomed by all parties.

    She said the provincial government is committed to the Constitution, which stipulates that the oil and gas belongs to the Iraqi people, especially since oil production in Iraq has begun to grow and production on the rise, afterthought «But the problem lies in the export volumes that do not fit with the production of the fact that Iraq needs new outlets for export such as the province open tube Turkey and the inclusion of the financial allocations to the public treasury, and this comes in the interest of the Iraqi people who will enjoy this revenue ». The relation between Baghdad and Erbil many differences, most notably those related to oil contracts, and emphasizes the Baghdad government that the Constitution limited to signing contracts with the oil, with the Kurdistan Regional Government refuses to confirm its right to contract.


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    Mundhiri: the need to adopt high transparency to clarify the channels spending

    1/7/2014 0:00

    Point the importance of credit in economic development
    BAGHDAD - Hussein al-Tamimi Tgb

    hiring bank loans to support the local economy is an urgent need in the coming period, requiring it rational management and high transparency describes the channels spending that accompanied the lending process, as well as monitor the implementation of the goals that have been proposed for it. That's what started him talk, Director General of the Bank of Mesopotamia Abdul Hussein Mundhiri said »Sabah»: The economic sectors rely heavily on bank loans to finance its various flourished individual projects and small businesses have become very significant due to loans obtained from banks, employed properly which resulted in big profits reflected on the financial positions of these companies.

    added Mundhiri in an interview »Sabah»: The use of bank loans is a double-edged sword can either check the goals of economic projects through the recruitment of good funds, which must be Zinni would manage then companies realized profits and expanding continuously. But in the event of failure going with bank loans and turn into losses and then incur borrowers guarantees extended to banks to meet these loans are influenced by their financial positions as if it did not behave this loan form thoughtful and up the case to liquidation and bankruptcy.

    pointed out that local banks Baktaiha public and private progress since The established several decades ago diversified banking facilities to individuals and businesses and by which established factories, shops and small projects absorbed a large number of skilled labor and unskilled handled situations of poverty and unemployment. He said that is noticeable through personal experience that some of the loans and advances taken used for purposes other than which was awarded for her, including, for example industrial loans as reflected in the stop factories for production and thus the deterioration of the industrial sector and the demobilization of a large number of manpower in addition to the entry of banks with borrowers claims lawsuit Because of the slow legal process., and pointed out that this faltering in payment impact also on the profits of banks and that the presence of the instructions had to banks put allowances are deducted from profits to meet these debts.

    said Mundhiri that bank loans multiple types, including retail loans are used for personal purposes are of amounts relatively small and intermediate loans to individual entrepreneurs and small businesses which amounts do not exceed the 20 million dinars, and extended repayment often than 3 5 years.

    He added: There are large loans long term given to large companies that possess substantial asset and want to expand their business and that the banks to study the conditions of these companies and their ability to repay and this imposes on corporate borrowers to provide a feasibility study about the need for economic expansion and the role of the loan to contribute to this development and the amount of cash it will get companies to pay premiums determined central banks ceilings of certain banks to be used in the granting of loans to the not to exceed eight weakening of capital and reserves special and beyond the banks this ratio would be subjected to harsh penalties because such grants have been offered depositors' money at risk.

    And that often exposed banks to the financial collapses and bankruptcies due to collateral-free loans controls is well researched and guarantees weak or their expansion lending to third parties for Atsthakha That exposure the world into a financial crisis in 2008 due to excessive granting of mortgage loans in the United States, which caused an increase in display real estate for the actual need dropped their prices and stop borrowers for repayment and stopped with insurance companies that have been locked for these loans.

    increased, since local banks in Europe, Asia and South America invest their money in U.S. banks, they are also exposed to losses due to the collapse and bankruptcy of banks, which they invest then and then collapsed the global financial system as a whole because it is a spider's web by globalization and the reason, as we have made ​​clear is the excessive granting of bank loans to the sector and one in the absence of effective monitoring on the banks in particular and financial markets in general and the complicity of the international rating institutions with banks and insurance companies.


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    As Iraq spirals, Kurdistan takes advantage 6.1.2014
    By Josh Wood - The Global Post

    ERBIL-Hewlêr, Kurdistan region 'Iraq',— As sectarian violence in Iraq reaches new heights and threatens to return the country to civil war, the semi-autonomous Kurdish north could be set to capitalize on the instability.

    An estimated 6,818 people were killed in Iraq's violence last year, according to Agence-France Presse, making 2013 the deadliest year since 2008.

    Rarely a day passes in Iraq without an attack adding to the body count.

    “Maybe it will go to civil war,” said Jafaar Mustafa Ali, the minister of Iraqi Kurdistan’s armed forces, the Peshmerga. “Day after day, the violence can make it bigger.”

    After a long history of subjugation at the hands of others, many of the Middle East’s 30 million or so Kurds spread across Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Syria dream of an independent state. In Iraq, where the Kurds have established the greatest level of freedom so far, the Kurdistan Regional Government is taking steps to lessen dependence on Iraq's central government. While pushing for greater autonomy, this does not necessarily mean agitating for independence, at least not now.

    If the situation in the rest of Iraq decays further, the weakening of the central government could help the country’s Kurds gain the edge in longstanding territorial disputes and curtail Baghdad’s ability to counter pushes for greater autonomy.

    Under the Iraqi constitution, Iraq’s oil revenues are meant to pass through Baghdad with the Kurds allocated a 17 percent portion of profits based on the ethnic group’s population size. Right now, the Kurdistan Regional Government relies on that money for nearly all of its budget. But this could change in the near future.

    A new oil pipeline between Iraqi Kurdistan and Turkey could bypass Baghdad and gives the Kurds an independent source of revenue. Oil began flowing through the pipeline this week, but is being held from world markets until a deal with Baghdad can be agreed upon, according to Turkey.

    While much of Iraq has been trapped in continuous cycles of violence since the 2003 US-led invasion, the Kurdish north has been prosperous and largely sheltered from the bloodshed. In this protected enclave that has been under Kurdish control since 1991, the Kurds have established an entity that is a state in everything but name. Few here consider themselves Iraqi. Some even cover the word “Iraq” on their car’s license plates with stickers of the sun-emblazoned Kurdish flag. And when they look south, many see a failure of leadership in Baghdad that has sealed the fate of the country they are tied to.

    “There are fundamental flaws in the way Iraq is governed,” said Barham Salih, the former prime minister of Iraqi Kurdistan and the former deputy prime minister of the federal government in Baghdad.

    “Iraq, at the moment, is a tragic failure sustained only by high oil prices” with a leadership “bogged down in sectarian and ethnic tensions” and a security apparatus “deeply mired in corruption,” he added.

    A Kurdish politician, Salih advocates maintaining the current relationship with federal Iraq in spite of major problems.

    “We want to be part of a federal, democratic Iraq, we genuinely do, that is in our interests,” he said. “But if [federal] Iraq moves decidedly in another direction, we will have to look at our options.”

    While many of Iraqi Kurdistan’s officials echo Salih, publicly saying they want to continue their relationship with Baghdad despite longstanding disputes on oil revenues and land, many Kurds voice support for a split.

    Speaking offhand, one senior Iraqi Kurdistan official said the Kurds were eagerly awaiting their “divorce” from Baghdad.

    But forming a separate state isn’t necessarily high on their agenda.

    “When the Kurds are thinking about independence, they are thinking about economic independence, self sufficiency,” said Michael Knights, a fellow with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

    While the central government’s attentions are currently focused on combatting a Sunni Arab insurgency, the Kurds are now also potentially able to assert more control over territory claimed by both sides,www.Ekurd.net such as the oil-rich city of Kirkuk. Baghdad is “so distracted by insurgency that they have probably taken their eyes off of the disputed territories temporarily or at least partially,” said John Drake, an Iraq specialist with risk management firm AKE.

    Last year the Peshmerga and central government forces were involved in several tense standoffs in disputed territories. In one incident, the forces clashed in the town of Tuz Khurmatu, leaving one dead.

    The destabilization of federal Iraq is made even more threatening by the conflict’s growing relationship with the civil war raging next door in Syria. In recent months, once rare violence has arrived in Iraqi Kurdistan.

    On Sept. 29, a series of bombs hit Erbil, killing six. The attacks were the first in six years to hit Iraqi Kurdistan’s capital and were claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS). Born out of Al Qaeda in Iraq, ISIS has gained notoriety in Syria for its effective, deadly attacks and strict implementation of Islamic law in areas it has captured.

    In early November, two more alleged members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant were arrested in Iraqi Kurdistan’s Duhok province. Authorities there said the militants were preparing for suicide bombing missions.

    In Arab Iraq, ISIS is much more active.

    In the past week, ISIS captured the city of Fallujah, just 40 miles west of Baghdad, as well as parts of Ramadi.

    “A dangerous dynamic is Syria and Iraq are merging into one theater of conflict with extreme sectarian polarization associated with it,” said Salih, the former Iraqi Kurdistan prime minister.

    Copyright ©, respective author or news agency, globalpost.com


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    Iraq's Mosul wants to become autonomous region
    January 6, 2014

    MSOUL, Northwest Iraq,— Nineveh governor, Asil al-Nujaifi gives one month period to central government to approve the governorate council law.

    In a statement that an Iraqi media has published, al-Nukaifi has pointed out that “if the central government did not approve the law of governorate council within a month, we will either declare the independency of Nineveh or trigger Sunni idealism topic.”

    Al-Nujaifi found it crucial to ask the central government to approve the law of governorate council, especially the one that related to the security case of the governorate, and expects the central government to refuse that request.

    Al-Nujaifi threatened central government for declaring Nineveh independency or triggering the violation case against Sunni rights in Iraq,www.Ekurd.net these two options will be available unless the Shiites decide altogether to investigate about the crime takers and punish them fairly.

    This request followed after a chain of suicide bombs took place in Nineveh province in the last months that killed and injured many civilians.

    It’s worth mentioning that last November local authorities in Iraq’s southern Basra province have threatened to break away from the central government in Baghdad and create an autonomous region of their own.

    The waning comes as the country is grappling with increasing violence and Baghdad is failing to deliver basic services to the province.

    In the north, Iraq’s Kurds run their own autonomous Kurdistan Region.

    Copyright ©, respective author or news agency, basnews.com | Ekurd.net | Agencies


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    A long history .. And great potential .. And extreme poverty

    Imad Zamili

    The history of oil in Iraq to the first civilization in Iraq, a civilization of Babylon, which emphasizes the effects of her city that the people of Babylon used oil creates buildings and roads. But the economic value was Asthaddamth industrially at the beginning of the twentieth century began the search for oil. Were the first companies that started to search for oil in Iraq are Turkish companies in 1912. Then rumination foreign companies to Iraq's oil. Showed the conflict between the governments of Iraq and those companies. In 1964, the government took on the establishment of Iraq National Oil Company, which is part of the government actions against those companies came up the government's response issued Resolution No. 69 on the first of June 1972 by which the nationalization of the Iraq Petroleum Company was followed by a gradual nationalization of the oil companies operating in the oil company Basra, Mosul and even full nationalization of all the work and interests of the international oil companies in Iraq's oil under Law No. 200 of 1975, and it became all the oil sector under the control of the Iraqi government. The Iraqi people could benefit from oil revenues and achieve economic prosperity in the late seventies. But that did not last long as he lived the horrors of Iraq war from the beginning of the eighties Vkhaddat most of the oil revenues to the Iraqi war machine and dashed Iraq's oil wealth in these senseless wars. Iraq came out accumulated debts and a collapsed economy and the oil industry obsolete.
    The preliminary reading of the comparative advantage of the resources and capabilities of the Iraqi show that Iraq has a «according to geological studies» about 530 geological complexes give strong indications of the existence of how a massive oil, no drilling of these compositions, only 115 of which 71 proved to contain reserves huge oil spread over many fields. The Iraqi fields discovered 71 fields and did not take advantage of them only 27 fields, including ten giant. Geological maps also show the spatial distribution of economic zones and the presence of deposits of mineral resources in Iraq, and the presence of some provinces rich metallic materials both in terms of quantities sizes available backup or multiple types of these materials.
    This great potential has made Iraq is enjoying the riches of enormous stockpiles are confounded, because the third-largest oil reserves in the world and ranks tenth in reserve installed natural gas, which makes it an influential player in the cycle of the machine civilization and a key player in the global economy, and a strong contender at the regional level.
    In spite of this long history of oil and the great potential offered by the However, the reality is the opposite. It has issued a United Nations mission in Iraq, "UNAMI" a statement recently about the reality of living for Iraqis revealed six million Iraqis out of 33 million are still living below the poverty line in a country that exceed the annual financial budget of $ 100 billion. Card export up to 3 million barrels of oil per day. The statement noted that the income of these people at least 2.5 dollars per day. "As the education sector suffers from a sharp deterioration in infrastructure where still acute shortage in the number of school buildings constitute the most pressing challenge as much as the deficit in the schools, more than 7,000 school is reflected in the high incidence of double double and triple in the schools and the high rate of overcrowding in classrooms . illiteracy remains constitute the biggest drawback in the system of the construction of educational and that of up to about one-fifth of the population, as well as low enrollment classroom in the middle school and junior high (40% and 21%, respectively). According to the UNESCO report, Iraq in the period before the war In 1991 he had the education system is one of the best education systems in the region. complain that Iraq is now of increasing rates of unemployment among young people, as there are more than 550 000 unemployed young people across the country, according to statistics of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs ministry said that "the proportion of unemployed in Iraq amounted to 11%, and this ratio matching what came in the Ministry of Planning, "due to the lack of software planning is enough to end unemployment and invest oil revenues in projects that would absorb unemployment as well as creating suitable environment to encourage investment and the work of the private sector which suffers from poor infrastructure and the flight of your money out of Iraq because of the deteriorating security conditions and laws that restrict the movement of capital.
    As the financial and administrative corruption has caused a lot of problems in Iraq, including the waste of public money in expenses is calculated and failed projects and thefts are not eligible for the law and the weakness of the state in the SAI. The result, Iraq has issued a list of most corrupt countries in the world.
    We hope, above all, to come in Iraq, the development plan for the years 2013 - 2017 rescue of the economic situation of Iraq and the lessons of the failures of the previous plan through despite the continued strength of the political and security challenges as well as the challenges of economic, social and environmental. Taking advantage of the investment of oil revenues effectively and develop the oil sector through the development, production and export rates and expectations of increase in the medium term through the oil licensing rounds. And the advancement of the other economic sectors out of the rent economy through the development of vision for the future long-term aim to build a diversified economy and a prosperous led by the sectors of industry, energy, agriculture and tourism Kaqtab development, the public and private sector and civil society partners in the development, integrating the roles of central and decentralized management of development. And full support for the role of the private sector in the overall economic activities to contribute to the economic recovery and reduce unemployment rates. The lifting of the developmental role of the banking system and Repair Hikilth and improve efficiency and support its solvency. And raise the profile of the regulatory system in the institutions and the emphasis on independence and cooperation with the UN Development Program through its experts to combat financial and administrative corruption and lift Iraq from the list of most corrupt countries in the world. And the advancement of human development in Iraq aspects of health, educational, environmental and bridge the gap and poverty through development programs.


  10. #10
    812 trillion dinars'll do the National Development Plan

    1/7/2014 0:00

    Keywords: primary indicators achieved 60 percent completion percentage in 2013

    BAGHDAD - Farah pumice
    And the percentage of completion of projects five-year plan in 2013 at the level of ministries and local governments to more than 60 percent as indicators of primary, according to Deputy Minister of Planning head of the Central Bureau of Statistics, Dr. Mahdi Keywords. Alak said in a statement »Sabah»: The «feature national development plan it prepared in partnership with the ministries and local governments to plan that were not far from the analysis of the theory of reality », stressing that his ministry will complete the final report of the implementation level of 2013 during the current month, through the possibility of determining the ratio implemented at the level of ministries and provinces.
    It is said that the Ministry of Planning has launched in September 2013, «National Development Plan for the years 2013-2017», and has confirmed that its former «did not achieve the desired success in the sectors of industry, housing and tourism», but the new plan «will focus on the industry mainly instead Oil », and will achieve revenues of 812 trillion dinars convergence.
    He added that the ministry has analyzed the effect of development sectoral and spatially, and this fact was derived national development plan for the years 2013 - 2017, stating that «if what has been written for this plan to succeed, a high percentage of that there was no plan to apply 100 percent and if the execution rate of 70 percent, the percentage of Unemployment in the country will end and the level of human well-being will rise dramatically and so will be linked to key aspects of human development, education, health and per capita income ». He Keywords that the plan has not issued a law, and it is an orientation has been approved by the Council of Ministers, as the subject is linked to the ability to implement projects that serve the goals of the national development plan, saying it could be exported by law as an experiment some countries that adopt plans by law to be binding, but the complexities of life and economic development and political transformation without the cast in the form of legal, to cause suffering later in the application, he says. noted that the Council of Ministers has approved in its meeting of 20 in the month of May last year, the National Development Plan (Plan Five-year) for the years 2013 - 2017 by the Ministry of Planning, as it includes the provinces and ministries. called on local governments and ministries that deal with the plan in a complementary manner to perform the desired goals, noting that there is a percentage of the implementation of more than 60 percent of the five-year plan for the year 2013, but they differ from the Ministry of to another and from one governorate to another, depending on the initial indications of the ministry.
    As for the current year budget 2014 Will took into account the plan for the distribution of allocations to light, explained Keywords that premises (budget 2014) linked to the national development plan, and this plan is linked to side investment, considering that there is a challenge in this topic is a high percentage of the operating budget within the budget for the current year, especially that there are expanded dramatically in the workforce in the public sector and this feature embarrassed lay offs when allocating mostly to cover the salaries and wages., is expected to achieve investment goals required for the plan, estimated at 329 trillion dinars from the government sector and 88 trillion dinars from the private sector as The total output of the plan will rise at a rate of 13 percent per annum, will have reduced the poverty rate from 19 percent in 2012 to 16 percent in 2017. either oil revenues expected for the state-of-the year 2013 to 2017 are 768.7 trillion dinars, equivalent to a rate of 94.6 from state revenues, what would be the non-oil revenues is 43.5 trillion dinars, equivalent to 5.4 of the total state revenue.


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