State law calls out the IMF’s pressure and prepare contingency plans

State law calls out the IMF’s pressure and prepare contingency plans

Mon, 23 Jul 2018 09:31:43

State law calls out the IMFs pressure and prepare contingency plansCalled a coalition of state law, on Monday, to develop contingency plans in order to restore the citizen’s confidence in the political process and get out of the pressure of the International Monetary Fund, pointing out that the latter deals with his calculations on paper away from the reality of Iraq and the state of poverty experienced by the people.

The official spokesman for the coalition Abbas al-Moussawi said that “some politicians are still dealing with the events that hit the country as if they were amateur political process, not mindful that Iraq can not risk its future,” noting that “the citizen has been completely frustrated by the political process in Iraq and his message is clear from During the abstention from the elections and today we see him go out angry to the street to demand his rights. ”

“The next stage should be the establishment of a government service aimed solely at serving the Iraqi people to restore confidence between them and the people,” adding that “the need to get out of the pressure of the International Monetary Fund, which deals with his calculations on paper while the reality of Iraq and the situation of poverty experienced by the people Can not be tolerated. ”

Moussaoui called for “the implementation of contingency plans through which the citizen’s confidence in the political process.”

The IMF imposes conditions for Iraq in return for granting a loan, including the lifting of government subsidies on fuel and ration card and reduce expenses, while overseeing the development of the general budget.

Several provinces in Iraq have been witnessing sit-ins and angry demonstrations for more than two weeks, accompanied by road closures, burning tires and raising demands for improved services and jobs.

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