Finance: The white paper was launched to correct structural distortions in the economy
Allawi explained, according to the statement, that “the government program and sustainable development plan aimed at investing in people, modern technology and work institutions to create added values has become the main cause of poverty and epidemics, reducing disparities in living standards, climatic changes and water pollution, so it is necessary to work seriously to sustain life in our country and ensure Society will enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030 through partnership between the public and private sectors
The reform paper stressed, according to the statement, the “necessity to rebuild all sectors and in various fields, whether leadership, administrative, humanitarian and personal. Technological skills occupied a large part of the government’s concerns, such as digitization and automation of systems and the application of the ASYCUDA system, which is one of the modern systems to strengthen reform measures to improve the performance of financial institutions, including Collecting customs taxes at ports and border crossings
Allawi concluded, “Our participation in this civilized platform in Dubai for the year 2021 provides us with many opportunities to benefit from the outputs of science, technology and artificial intelligence in particular, and opens new horizons in the world of economy and education, and stimulates talent and entrepreneurship link
A joint Saudi-Kuwaiti statement: We welcome the success of the electoral process in Iraq
On Friday, a joint statement was issued by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait at the conclusion of the visit of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the Kuwaiti capital, at the start of a Gulf tour.
“We express our full support for the security and stability of brotherly Iraq, and we welcome the success of the electoral process in Iraq,” said the statement, which was followed by “Nass” (December 10, 2021).
The two sides expressed, “their wishes for the formation of an Iraqi government that will continue to work for the security, stability and development of Iraq, eliminate terrorism, and stop foreign interference in its internal affairs link
Basem Khashan accuses “MasterCard” of stealing Iraqis’ money
Baghdad, on Friday, the former deputy in the Iraqi parliament, Basem Khashan, accused the “MasterCard” company of stealing Iraqis’ money.
Khashan said in a post on social media, “The corrupt not only stole the people’s money, they brought thieves from other countries to steal the rest from them!”
He continued by saying, “Don’t pay a penny to this company that steals your money! In all countries of the world, individuals get gifts with the card!”
Khashan was commenting on a directive issued by the Ministry of Education to its employees in Samawa for the purpose of renewing “MasterCard” cards.
According to the directive, the auditor must pay 10 thousand dinars in exchange for renewing the card, and according to the agreement concluded between the company and the Iraqi state-owned Rafidain Bank link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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