Minimizing the Governmental Institutions, a Step to way out

Sarko Ynuis
Economist

Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) divides into 19 ministries, 5 high-level offices and 6 independent boards. Moreover, (KRG) possesses Kurdistan presidency institution, parliament and several diplomatic representatives across the world. According to the statistics 680 thousand employees are working in the (KRG) foundations while 30 thousand are unofficial employees, they ask for being formal, (KRG) needs 894 billion dinars for only one month to the wages earner without reduction.

Due to the fiscal crisis, Kurdistan has faced lacking of budget and salary, appearing coronavirus and its outcomes have paralyzed the economic activities, in accord with scientific research out of every five public servant four of them not necessary!

It means their daily productions equal to zero. Such a kind of governing the political direction overcomes the economic and administrative ones. In order to satisfy a political party, a ministry will create; this is the main issue of consuming public finance. Furthermore, such a kind of cabinet makes a problem for the prime minister and his deputy, particularly, when they decide on a political, economic, and administrative subject.

Despite the government couldn’t find a scientific solution to surpass this calamity. One of the ways out of the fiscal crisis is minimizing the government cabinet for the time being and unifying most of the ministries and the board’s activities. So, this step decreases the additional charges through the monthly budget of the ministries like rent out the building, providing oil, cars, etc.

At the same time a part of the daily routines declines and will limit the corruptions, this step may be composed for the short-term until we pass the fiscal, salary and coronavirus crises, for that reason, we ask to give up these political ranks and offices for a while, such chaotic and difficult situation doesn’t require to make the extra load on the budget and people’s livelihood.

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PM:10:29:09/01/2021



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