Politicians and economists claim the Government for "activate Al sector" to resolve the economic crisis

2016/06/21 19:55

Economists and politicians called, on Sunday, the Iraqi Government the need to activate Al sector to contribute solving the country's economic crisis, as they considered the worsening of the crisis was the result of a "failed" economic policies of previous Governments, stressed that "important factor" in the provision of adequate resources for the general budget.

A decent mp said on the sidelines of the neighbourhood participation in the founding Congress of the Union, attended by bankers (range), that "the economic crisis experienced by Iraq today, the result of an accumulation of errors and failed economic policy of the previous Governments since April 2003.

Jawari said that "all parliamentary sessions, were weak and did not exercise its oversight role on the executive authorities, and accountability for funds dissipation previous budgets", noting that "the economic crisis has burdened the Iraqi citizen, and did not find any economic development until now.

The adviser said the CBI Walid Idi Amin Abdul Nabi told the (range), that "countries around the world when undergoing financial crises, begin searching for other ways to increase the budget.

And Abdul Nabi "tax imposed will give services to citizens in the future," adding that it "is not a factor detrimental to the economy, but also an important factor in the provision of adequate resources for the budget".

He said Abdel Nabi "noted in the past that total imports were alkmerkmih and tax only in the best conditions one trillion dinars", stating that "today is expected to import up to four trillion dinars, to contribute to support the budget and reduce the deficit between revenue and expenditure".

In turn, counting former mp and hajim Al-Hassani's political told the (term), "the current economic crisis, the Government's reliance on one economic resource is oil," pointing out that "Iraq State rents and low oil prices has exacerbated the crisis".

Al-Hasani demanded "work on new reforms, including activating the private sector and other sources, as well as the development of the sector, in order to promote Anuj's current economic crisis plaguing the country."

He was Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, a student, Saturday (21-2-2016), the House of representatives to approve the formation of a "Government of consensus", as he called for spending cuts and soft loans.

He assured Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, Saturday (21-2-2016) "we end government spending dramatically to nearly half last month to less than half," calling "to reduce spending and get soft loans from countries of the world."