Consultant Abadi: Document Prime Minister based on state - building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful government



The head of the Council of Ministers for Economic Affairs Advisor to the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, that the document, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reform based on "state-building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful government," and unveiled a plan pursued by the government for the development of the private sector by making it owns 55% of the value of gross domestic product, while noting economists need to develop short-term plans and fast application to confront the economic crisis.
He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The document government's reform of the Prime Minister based on two axes rebuild the state and the market," returned to "the country's dependence on a rentier economy makes it unable to meet the requirements of all citizens."
Saleh added that "the change that needs to change the current mentality requires a more effective government, and smaller than those currently in the number of ministries and agencies and the characters, and strong laws and their ability to control and regulation," noting that "the reform document is going in this direction."
Saleh revealed that "the Council of Ministers adopted since last year, in 2015, a program to develop the private sector, runs until 2030, and is based on mixing market companies and activities, to extend to industry, agriculture and other activities," pointing out that "the first step of this program is to simplify company registration procedures and reduce the cost, to convert the private activity Activity irregular and outside the control of the law, to the organized activity under the legal umbrella. "
Prime Minister's Advisor and continued that "the plan is linked to the axis of market financing, the fact that the country is facing a big problem in terms of the banking sector and save money," noting that "the launch of the six trillion dinars program by the central bank was aimed at concessional financing to the private sector to be the operator, instead of the state took over that responsibility Vstkhalq an army of zombies through corruption illegal. " Saleh pointed out that "the private sector development program that includes market protection through provision of guarantees for private sector employees," revealing that "the government has been working since last year, in 2015, the draft program with the IMF ends with 2019 solutions, and is designed to provide protection for private sector employees under the name of (social security). "
Saleh indicated that "the program includes setting up a data base for all employees and covered both the private labor market or social welfare, and to clarify the beneficiaries of social welfare according to these data, identifying registered within the pension fund," stressing that "the program will provide protection for workers in the private sector as do The state employees. "
Saleh pointed out that "the government is also seeking to integrate retired workers fund with retired state employees fund, among retired unified national fund", stressing that "the private sector development program aims to reach to that sector participation rate of up to 55% of gross domestic product by 2030 ". Salih stressed that "the state that will leave a lot of activities for the market, and the task of export laws and regulations to protect workers, as well as to monitor the work of the private sector," explaining that "the state in the future will play the role of partner and observer, but the bulk of the partnership will be the private sector to ensure the elimination of the state parallel. "
In turn, the economist said Abbas Ibrahim al-Bahadli, in an interview for the "long", that "most economic plans put forward by the government for nearly two years have not been applied on the ground for several reasons, most importantly the lack of financial liquidity and the corruption of most of those responsible for the country's financial institutions."
"The economic crisis situation of the country is not likely to develop long-range plans to extend to 2030, while the simple citizen suffers from a lack of basic services to most of the living as well as a decline in financial its revenues.
Bahadli said that "the government's insistence on the application of certain laws that drained the public treasury of the country's money represented by continually selling foreign currency through a daily auction, which cost the country billions of dollars that have gone into the pockets of a handful of corrupt and greedy speculators."
He said the "economic reform policies must be quick and based on extensive studies to develop solutions in line with developments in real-time local and global market."
He Bahadli that "support the private sector do not have slogans and seminars only, without realistic for the Liberation of steps the state of most of the financial constraints that led to the bankruptcy of the treasury during the past ten years, so it is necessary to give the private sector a real opportunity to bear part of the financial burden to be re-motion gradually to the market local. "
The Prime Minister gave in (10 March 2016), and document comprehensive reforms ministerial amendment to the heads of political blocs, while that document included the political and economic reforms under which the reshuffle will be forthcoming.
The Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister, in the (November 2015), the government embarked on a public social security strategy of the current 2015, in coordination with the World Bank, hoping completed in 2017. While between the base point which is the introduction of "Market Council" through 2016, or the next, counting that the Board will remove the "great Wall of China" that separated the government from the private sector.