Document Prime Minister include state-building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful
Economic Adviser to Ebadi: Document Prime Minister include state-building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful government
March 19, 2016
The head of the Council of Ministers for Economic Affairs Advisor to the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, the document by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reform relies on state-building and market adoption of smaller and more powerful government.
Saleh revealed in statements to the media about the existence of the plan followed by the government for the development of the private sector by making it owns fifty-five percent of the value of gross domestic product by two thousand and thirty-year, pointing at the same time to be there to ensure the rights of workers in the private sector plan in cooperation with the International Monetary Fund.
Saleh pointed out that the government is also seeking to integrate workers’ retirement fund with state employees retirement fund into a pension fund and a national unified explaining that the state will play a future role of partner and observer but the bulk of the partnership will be the private sector to ensure the elimination of parallel state.