Bankers Association calls for the representation of civil society organizations and the private sector in the government of technocrats
26/03/2016 17:23 Number of Views: 11



Tomorrow Press / Baghdad:

The head of the Iraqi private banks association Wadih Handal, to the representation of civil society organizations and the private sector in the government of technocrats seminal formed in proportion to their size and their role in influencing the society.

Through bitter melon in a statement on Saturday, he received "Tomorrow Press", a copy of it, for "fear of attempts to marginalize civil society and private sector organizations, by placing obstacles in the way of their participation active in the state and community management, and denying naturally their right to contribute to the decision-making ", calling for" the representation of these two important sectors in the government of technocrats. "

He warned of "the effects of conflicts and auctions raging Alan, to acquire the cabinet seats under the technocrats cover, clearing organizations and civil society, the private sector and prevent him from taking his role as a sector synonymous for state institutions and supportive of their efforts," stressing that "a number of good Not from working in these sectors have experiences process and qualifications of a scientific academy qualifies them to carry nonprescription / technocrats / full maturity. "

Handal and saw "the need to give this issue the attention it deserves as it represents a national duty to save the Iraqi economy, which the outgrowth of, and to combine efforts with the next government to address the situation of the financial deterioration that threatens the state and society."

It is noteworthy that a higher committee chaired by president of the Institute for Development Policy progress Mehdi al-Hafez, and the membership of experts and consultants, university professors, is gearing up to select candidates technocrats to fill the ministerial seats in the context of the forthcoming cabinet reshuffle.




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