Amman , April 3 (Petra) - announced Sunday evening in Amman for the launch of the Iraqi Economic Forum, which includes unions, organizations and boards of private sector both inside and outside Iraq.
The forum includes the Iraqi Business Council in Jordan and the Iraqi National Business Council and the Council of the Iraqi work in Abu Dhabi and the Iraqi Council of Lebanese businessman and Iraqi Business Council in Britain.
Also it includes the Union of Chambers of Commerce and the Iraqi Federation of Industries and the Federation of Iraqi contractors and the Federation of Iraqi businessmen and the Union of farm associations and the Association of Iraqi private banks Iraqi economic and assembly.
The Iraqi organizations participating the forum was held during the past two days , a consultative and organizational meeting called by the Iraqi Business Council in Amman and at the kind invitation of the Iraqi Business Council in Jordan in the presence of members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives.
He said the Forum in a final statement issued by the publicity during the ceremony, denounced terrorism suffered by Iraq and the region in general , calling on the Iraqi government to speed the reconstruction of areas affected by the terrorist attacks and the return of Iraqi citizens to their homes and their regions to prevail stability.
Forum invited to representation and involvement in the economic reform task state commissions process such as the Economic Committee of the presidency of the Iraqi ministers and the advisers and the Iraqi Council of Representatives and in the preparation of the Federal Almoisanat as well as involvement in the foreign visits of the Prime Minister and the President of the relevant economic affairs of the Republic.
The Forum called on the Iraqi government to adopt a national program to support working women and creating investment opportunities for women at work and the various investment sectors, with the participation of the forum that has a clear vision on how to find ways to support and empower women economically.
The Forum stressed the need for the establishment of a supreme body to oversee the restructuring of state enterprises for the purpose of developing and improving its performance and transform them into effective facilities profitable partnership with the Iraqi and international private sector and thus alleviate the operational budget of the state burden and improve the quality of performance and living standards of the people of Iraq.
He also called for an end to the monopoly of the Iraqi government in all its forms in all fields and sectors to provide investment opportunities for the private sector to enter into new projects.
The Forum stressed the need for the Iraqi Council of Representatives to adopt legislation and a law framed the Forum 's work to exercise its national role in the Iraqi community service.