Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq's wealth Beyade produces 2% of the population

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Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq's wealth Beyade produces 2% of the population
{Baghdad: Euphrates News} leader stressed in the Supreme Council of the Islamic Iraqi Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, the need to uncover the great imbalance in the Iraqi regime and must solve its problems of its basis and without it we will continue to generate the unemployed and the state of society flaccid, adding that "of producing wealth Iraq does not represent more than 2% of the population, or about 120,000 workers. "

Said Abdul-Mahdi said in a statement the agency {Euphrates News} received a copy of it today that "Iraq is one of the middle-income countries and unlike many countries, Iraq did not invest during the past half century, the wealth of oil, water or natural or human as it should, but walked more and more on the way internal and external wars, and policies frivolous spending, and completely get away from the natural and correct methods of lifestyles and wealth creation, and results in the whole idle system can not live that was interrupted by the oil artery, and a society Btala does not work. "

" if we exclude the Kurdistan to the lack of its figures under our hands, which is not much different from the rest of Iraq, and if what we talked generalities to facilitate the offering, and we want to calculate consuming and non-productive sectors of our people, we can begin Strip schoolchildren and which population of nine million pupils and students almost .. added to that college students who are estimated to number B650 thousand student, If we add teachers, teachers and professors, the education sector will represent 10 million citizens almost. the employees and retirees sector, including the armed forces Faisal enumerated to about almost seven million workers and retirees, and this is also an administrative sector, or non-productive in the overwhelming majority. "

and he finished the "proportion of those under school age is about 12% of the population, or about 4 million people. We can estimate the number of senators who are outside working age of non-retired, housewives who do not work for them, and the disabled and prisoners, who are estimated by the Ministry of Planning data up to 25% of the population, or 8 million people .. If we collected the figures above Fsnsal to about 29 million people , or about 90% of the roughly 32 million people, without the Kurdish population .. If we add the number of unemployed actually work, we'll get to the total population. "

he said" we wanted to give the above- -abbar figures discretionary image easy to understand the size of the non-producing areas .. we emphasize that fact is not far from it .. Our revealed great imbalance which, if not resolved Kan we will continue in the generation of unemployed and the state of society flaccid unproductive form of corruption, waste, and underdevelopment environment, will grow continuously and increasingly difficult to be solved .. we system does not produce the true sense of the word .. and that it produces a wealth of Iraq does not represent more than 2% of the population, or about 120,000 workers .. the rest of the agricultural and industrial activities, they do not also make up only a small percentage, not to mention the weakness of its production. "

He concluded that" there is a serious flaw in the whole of our and the activities of our people and in our educational system and the educational and toward certification as a basis for career appointment, not about the experience and the profession and the labor and specialization in the sources of production generated wealth .. and there is a flaw in our system and job heading mainly toward the administration and disguised unemployment, foot and promotion, not about the productivity of interests and services run .. there flaw in our security system, which relies on the human element, by the technical and substantive element .. in short, there is a flaw in the foundations of our system and its priorities .. and the required correct it if we are serious reforms ".anthy