Bankers Association calls for the representation of civil society organizations and the private sector and the government of technocrats


03/28/2016 (0:01 pm)

Baghdad / long - Presse

It called on the Iraqi private banks association, to the representation of civil society organizations and the private sector in the government of prospective technocrats in proportion to their size and their role as "influential" in the community, while warning of the possibility of the impact of conflicts and "raging bids" to take over ministerial seats clearing the representatives of the sectors of the new cabin and prevent them from taking their part to save the Iraqi economy and address the "fiscal deterioration that threatens the state and society."
The head of the Association meek Handal said in a statement received (long-Presse) a copy of it, said it was "essential 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," and expressed fear of "attempts to marginalize these two important sectors by placing obstacles in the way of their participation in the active state and community management, and deprive them of their right to contribute to the normal decision-making. "
He warned Handal, of the possibility of "conflicts currently raging and auctions to acquire cabinet seats under the technocrats cover effect, clearing organizations and civil society, the private sector and prevent them from taking their role as a sector synonymous for state institutions and supportive of their efforts."
The head of the Association of private banks, on "the existence of a good number of workers in the civil society and private sector organizations, who have the practical experience and academic qualifications entitling them to carry the recipe technocrats full maturity", calling for a "pay subject the attention it deserves as it is a national duty to save Iraq's economy than the outgrowth of, and to combine efforts with the next government to address the financial meltdown that is threatening the state and society. "
He was placed political source revealed on Saturday (March 26 2016), that the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decided to postpone the presentation technocrat government lineup for two days, while attributing the cause to delay some of the political blocs to submit their nominations for the deadline Sbt.ooarb Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Saturday, (March 26 2016), expressed the hope that the announcement of the new cabinet reshuffle soon, and confirmed the continuation of work on that understanding with other political blocs, and with the exception of the new government, "a small part of a large workhouse system include combat and the fight against corruption", some accused b, "not wanting to see reforms and trying to cover it up."

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