Abadi: our revenues amounted to half of what we need actual expenses for staff salaries

14/05/2016
| (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad , said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, Saturday, there were plans for economic reform which is one of the toughest reforms, while noting that the revenue has reached half of what it needs is actually the country from expenses for staff salaries. Ebadi said in a speech during the Dialogue Forum joint , which was held under the slogan ( the young hope of Iraq) and included a large number of young people from all the provinces after many conversational sessions held paved the way for the selection of a group representing these hearings, that "there are plans for economic reform, which is one of the toughest reforms," ​​adding that "these reforms need to the time as a backlog of measures to reform the state 's economy. " He added Abadi , " we were able to conduct matters of state in spite of the financial crisis , "pointing out that" our revenues amounted to half of what we need actual expenses for staff salaries and other despite the compressed significantly. " The Prime Minister Haider Abadi, in the May 11 current, owning his government strategies to meet the economic challenge, as he pointed to the development of plans in the government program for "reform" the state. It is noteworthy that Iraq is suffering from the economic crisis as a result of lower oil prices , which represents President supplier of revenue for the country, while the government confirms its efforts to find suitable alternatives to address this problem.

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