Today, Tuesday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed the launch of the second semi-annual report on the government’s work during this month, and while he indicated that the government’s path chose to build confidence and fulfill promises to the people, he indicated that the shift to electronic payment must be circulated in all ministries within 6 months. He stressed the need for local governments to compete in providing services.
The Prime Minister said in his speech during the Council of Ministers session, which was followed by NRT Arabic, that “the government named 2024 the Mother of Achievements as an affirmation of our path that chose to build confidence and fulfill promises to the people,” noting that “we will launch the second semi-annual report on the government’s work during this month.” .
He added, “International institutions have confirmed that Iraq has laid sound foundations for reforming the financial sector,” noting, “International financial institutions have given the green light to invest in Iraq, and this is confirmation of the existence of financial reform and stability.”
He continued, “The shift to electronic payment must be widespread in all ministries within 6 months, and there will be no return to cash,” pointing out that new lagging projects should not be allowed to be added to government work because they involve a waste of public money and delay in service provision.
He stated, “Some want to obstruct the government with biased positions,” explaining, “We will not allow any internal or external force to obstruct the government’s work in fulfilling its duties.”
He pointed out that “no force should be allowed to try to push the state into mazes,” pointing out that “there are parties that are offended by the country’s progress and success.”
He pointed out that “the government completed the provincial council elections with all professionalism,” stressing the need for there to be competition between local governments in providing services and every achievement is in the interest of the state.
The Prime Minister called on “supervisory institutions to continue their supervisory and professional role,” stressing that there is an evaluation of the ministers’ work to determine the reality of performance and evaluate it and what has been accomplished.