A government went to codify appointments in the public sector

19-07-2016 06:00 PM

Detecting an economic adviser to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, a government trend to legalize appointments in the public sector.

He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, 'No stopping for Taanat but cynicism and disregard them must stop,' noting 'still need for appointment to the medical faculty and the judiciary and military fields but transforming the state into a labor market and disable your activity this must stop. "

He said 'there are 4.5 million employees in the public sector and about 3 million like them retirees receive their salaries from the government and it does not object to it and we are delighted that the revenues of the country back to the people, but it is a big burden on the budget, especially after the drop in oil prices of $ 105 a barrel to $ 20 with the survival the value of salaries to themselves. '

He 'did not and would not affect salaries and the principle of the government but at the same time does not expand appointments because we Stshlk resources and we want quality and key appointments we have a surplus of employees and there disguised unemployment in general function' adding 'We are facing a strategic orientation for the operation of the labor market in the private sector and are embarking on economic reform, a It starts from appointments'.

He pointed out the benefit of an economist, pointed out that 'the country where a huge waste of economic resources such as the 0.80% of the electricity stolen and wasted and this is unparalleled in the world, and today we are faced with two choices either to work efficiently or chaos and table free must end and all man can produce this economic principle universally applicable '.

The International Monetary Fund last note published on Thursday said it was the Iraqi government, 'The government will freeze recruitment policy in most sectors and pension reform [salaries] and charging for electricity in order to increase revenue. "

The IMF agreed recently on loan demand, allowing Iraq to get first payment of $ 1.9 billion.