Cutebwoy: Joint Operations: We have orders that security forces be on standby
December 26, 2020
On Saturday, the Joint Operations Command revealed orders for the security forces to be ready in the coming days.
“We have orders that the security forces be on standby in the coming days,” said the spokesman for the leadership, Major General Tahsin al-Khafaji.
He added, “Protecting the security of diplomatic missions is one of our top priorities.”
Tishwash: Reform or austerity?
It became clear that the government decided to pursue a policy of austerity reform to meet the major challenges caused by the financial crisis that is ravaging the country, a measure (the last ironing treatment) taken by states in case of running out of all means to meet the challenges beyond their capabilities. austerity whatever the justifications.
It is useful to refer to the warnings we have given in two previous articles:
I focused on activating the productive sectors and the need to control the management of public finances, but unfortunately did not heed the warnings. Here is a shared responsibility borne by all concerned parties and those affected by these austerity measures, the government is required to control the price implications and control the market and punish the vulnerable people of monopolists, especially those related to the food and pharmaceutical basket.
The second order, which comes with the same importance, is the honorable position of our honorable traders to cut off the way to the manipulators in price, and to prove their patriotism and humanity until the evacuation of this crisis, God willing, by putting reasonable profit margins and declaring the pricing in public for the regulatory authorities to carry out their duties in accordance with justice. The law. Our circumstance here is the distinction between what is essential and ideal, with the certainty that our citizen understands the general situation and believes in the de facto policy that was dictated at this critical stage.
In view of this supportive and honorable position by the citizen to support the decisions that are supposed to be to meet the challenges regardless of the causes and causes, the government should not raise the welfare of the citizen, and we remind the Ministry of Finance, which has increased the good salaries of some state employees, that the only achievement achieved after the stage of change in the year (2003) is to improve the standard of living of citizens of the wealth and wealth of their country, and none of them touches on this only achievement from the memory of Iraqis.
In this regard, we propose that deductions should be from the salaries of employees and retirees. When the government succeeds in managing the public money in the future to spread the welfare of all the people, it is the noblest goal and the highest objectives, namely, to enjoy the wealth of the country, not to waste it and leave it in a hand that does not improve its disposal. link
Tishwash: An expert reveals when the economic confusion due to raising the dollar will end
The economic expert, Abdul Rahman Al-Mashhadani, suggested the end of the economic confusion in the local market after raising the dollar exchange rate by an official decision of the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank of Iraq.
“The confusion in the market will end next week and will begin to approach the price set by the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank of Iraq as a result of the start of withdrawal, the implementation of the demand and the stability of the balance between the official exchange rate and the local market,” Al-Mashhadani said.
He favored “a rise in commodity prices up to 40% in conjunction with work on the new exchange rate of 1470 thousand dinars per hundred dollars, and there is no decrease in the price of the dollar after the recent central bank decision on raising the currency exchange.”
Al-Mashhadani said, “The recovery of the Iraqi economy needs a long period, as the justifications put forward by the government are correct in the long-term talk.”
He pointed out that “the government was supposed to prepare the industrial and agricultural sectors that suffer dumping and price war before announcing the decision to increase the dollar.”
Last Thursday, Iraq recorded a rise in the dollar’s exchange rate.
The exchange rate on the Al-Kifah and Al-Harithiya stock exchanges in Baghdad was 1420 dinars, or 142 thousand dinars for one hundred dollars.
Yesterday’s price was at 1405 dinars per dollar.
As for the exchange office prices, they also rose to 1,430 dinars for sale and 1,410 dinars for purchase.
In Erbil, the dollar rose to 1,420 dinars, and in Basra 1,410 dinars.
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Central Bank decided on 19 December to amend the dollar exchange rate, as follows:
1450 dinars per dollar, the price of buying foreign currency from the Ministry of Finance.
1460 dinars per dollar, the selling price of foreign currency to banks.
1470 dinars per dollar is the selling price of foreign currency to the public. link