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The Governor of the Central Bank calls for the application of e-governance and separation of powers

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December 09 2017 11:52 p

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The governor of the Central Bank Ali al-Alaq on Saturday to separate the authorities and the application of electronic governance, between the adoption of the country to become one article is not true.

Al-Aalak said at the third annual conference of the Central Bank that the conference is held in historical moments coinciding with the victories against the supporter of the terrorist, adding that the rules must be laid to build a sound economic path, and we have three important rules first the national or institutional administration, which reflects the ability of the government to manage the country through the government And through a stable political vision that responds to organizations on the basis of reconciliation, the rule of law and the achievement and maintenance of public stability.

"The second point should be that the economy is a catalyst for the economic sectors based on difference and the decline in dependence on oil," he said.

The third aspect is achieving sustainability and debt management. The Ministry of Finance has achieved important reforms in the Financial Management Law and should contribute to directing the government deficit and reducing the gap between the local administrations and the local expenditure of 90%.


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The Governor of the Central Bank calls for the application of e-governance and separation of powers

BAGHDAD / The governor of the Central Bank Ali al-Alaq on Saturday called for the separation of powers and the application of electronic governance, while the adoption of the country to become one article "incorrect".
"The conference is held at historic moments in line with the victories against Daqash," Al-Aalak said at the third annual conference of the central bank.
We have three important rules, the first of which is the national or institutional administration, which reflects the ability of the government to run the country through a rational government, and through a stable political vision that responds to the organizations on the basis of reconciliation, the rule of law, On them ".
"And also the separation of powers, coordination between them, and the adoption of the principle of equal opportunities rather than distribution, and the removal of slack in the institutions of the state and the application of electronic governance."
"The second point is that the economy should be a catalyst for the economic sectors based on difference and the decline in dependence on oil."
He pointed out that "a manifestation of the strength of economic management, is the balanced growth of economic sectors," revealing that "Iraq will see the largest investment during the coming period, coupled with the provision of the appropriate environment."
He pointed out that "and the development of public strategies, and the dependence on the export of one material is incorrect, as it is fluctuating."
"The third aspect is sustainability and debt management, and the Ministry of Finance has made important reforms in the Financial Management Act. It should help guide government discipline and reduce the gap between local administrations and local expenditures, which is 90 percent." Finished


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