Abdul Zahra Muhammad Al-Hindawi
On the far horizon, a light appears for a slow-moving vehicle, because it carries a lot of loads, which make its movement slow, in addition to the many bumps that fill that road, and
when that vehicle approaches, after a tedious wait for its arrival, it turns out that it is the vehicle of the Iraqi private sector,
this sector We demand a lot from him, without giving him anything.
For twenty years, talk about the private sector was at the forefront of the councils dealing with economic files, and
this sector has become like fish (eaten and blameworthy).
About a free economy, without restrictions, but it seems clear that the socialist mentality still dominates many of the decision-making minds, and
perhaps one of the problems caused by the constitution to the private sector is that it does not specify a clear identity for the Iraqi economy, as it did not clarify whether this economy socialist, free, or mixed.
Therefore, a situation like this confused the economy and led to more wear and tear of the various development sectors.
This allowed the public sector to more dominate the development scene as a whole, (plans and implements), and
this was the reason for the growth of a parasitic private sector that was unable to truly participate in development, and
this matter also caused the growth of corruption by striking many public joints.
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