Advisor: Government introduces Abadi "Council" in coordination with the World Bank

2015/11/17 (00:23 pm) - hits: 45 - (3504)

Economic Advisor to the Prime Minister, Haidar Al-Abadi, said Monday that the Government started to implement the social security strategy 2015, in coordination with the World Bank, hoping to finish in 2017, while between the point where the Foundation is developing "market Council" by 2016 or later, counting the Board will remove the "great wall" that separates Government from the private sector.

He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, in an interview for (range) "Government strives to establish labour market in Iraq through stratigitha to privatization", adding that "the problem in Iraq lay in the lack of a definition or description of the labour market".

Saleh said, "the Government is also working to establish training centres and run like those in the rest of the world, and social care insurance, and the formation of the common retirement fund for employees in the public and private sectors", indicating that it comes "under social security strategy which the Government started to apply the current 2015, in coordination with the World Bank, hoping to finish in 2017.

The adviser said Al-Abbadi, "the basis for the development of strategic governmental Council which will hopefully see the light of 2016 next or the next," he said, adding that "the market Council is a bond between the State and the private sector to bridge the current gap between them."

Saleh said that "a wall that resembles the great wall between Government and the private sector, returned to" market Council would remove that wall. " He said the Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister, "the kernel is the Economic Commission and the private sector", stressing the need to "shift the Economic Committee to the Council."

She was the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) came back on (12 November 2015), the Prime Minister, Haidar Al-Abadi, a "failed" to implement the reforms announced by the result of political differences and gradual polarization of actors, while demanding the implementation of urgent economic reforms, combat corruption and reform the public sector and privatization and encouraging foreign investment to cope with the effects of lower oil prices, called for restoring "good governance and the rule of law" in the liberated areas of (daash).

He was the head of the Government's economic adviser, detection (16 October 2015), went to unify national retirement fund for public and private sectors as part of the social security network, while the count of "unfair" non-inclusion of private-sector workers retire, the Government aspires to up contribution of domestic production to 50 percent by 2030 to be the "President" of the market operator and not the State.