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Samson » May 27th, 2018

A spokesman for Sadr: We will end the formation of the largest bloc in two weeks

2018-05-27 at 10:00 (Baghdad time)

Salah al-Obeidi, a spokesman for the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, said that the formation of the largest bloc will be completed within two weeks, while referring to the refusal of Maliki's return to the presidency of the government.

"We are seeking to form a new type of government, we have the outline of this program and we want to discuss it with other parties on how to achieve a full program," Al-Obeidi told NPR News.

"While previous governments have chosen a prime minister and a cabinet based on party loyalty and quotas, the formation of a new government must first be in agreement on a reform program and a cabinet of qualified people to run the government," he said.

During their meetings with the Sadrists, political leaders revealed their intentions and programs through photographs gathered and published. One of Sadr's tweets, a style he never used, was used to suggest that his political bloc might share with any other bloc except for the mass of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki.

"Maliki himself is responsible for many of the disasters that happened in Iraq, so it is difficult to accept."

However, al-Obeidi left the door open for an alliance that might include the Fatah list led by Hadi al-Amiri, and may even include al-Maliki if his bloc falls on the terms of the government reform program. The Fateh bloc has achieved 47 seats while Maliki's bloc received 26 seats.

"It may take a couple of weeks to complete the formation of an alliance with enough seats for a two-week government," al-Obeidi said, adding that Sadr may set a line for meeting US or British envoys.

"I think it is very difficult to get that, as far as I know, because Sadr still believes that there are many problems that prevent such a move from taking place with American officials," he said.

However, al-Obeidi said that "Sadr ministers from the previous government cooperated with programs that the United States participated in, and that Sadr did not reject existing agreements that allow US forces to play an advisory role in Iraq."

"The presence of US military bases in Iraq is a problem, but when Abadi decided to bring American soldiers to Iraq, Sadr did not stop his support for Abadi, because he knows that Abadi made these decisions in order to help Iraq." LINK

Don961 » May 27th, 2018

2018-05-24

The digital economy ... and the need to use it actively for the Iraqi economy

Dr. Abdul Ali Awad

In 1995, American Information Specialist Nicholas Negroponte (University of Massachusetts) introduced the term "digital economy" for use. Currently, the term is used worldwide, so that it is commonly used by economists, investors and media professionals.

In 2017, a major World Bank study included a report on the state of the digital economy in the world, and the report came out as "digital benefits". But for now, the concept of the term remains vague, as there is no precise definition in the World Bank report.

First, it is necessary to recall the definition of the "analogue-analog" economy, which is the economic activity of the society and the aggregate relations accumulated in the system of production, distribution, exchange and consumption.

The use of computers, the Internet and mobile phones is considered an urgent need. In this case, the digital economy can be defined as: - a part of the economic relations, which mediate the Internet and connect the cell.

The Science Doctor and the Russian Academy of Sciences Professor Vladimir Ivanov give a broad definition of the digital economy, which states: The digital economy is the virtual medium that complements our reality.

Therefore, there is a great need to increase the share of the digital economy. All of our activities may actually be virtualized through a computer, which can be attributed to the system of production, distribution, exchange or consumption. But the virtual reality as it is, appeared in all cases not with the creation of a computer. It is possible to attribute algebraic activity to virtual reality.Otherwise, it is considered the main instrument of the economy, as well as the birth of digital realism for goods and services.

Some experts believe that there are two inputs for the purpose of attaching to the term "digital economy". The first "traditional" entry that states that the digital economy is the economy based on digital technology, which has a particularly specific description of the field of electronic goods and services.And as traditional examples: telemedicine, telemedicine, medical preparations (cinema, television, books, etc.). The broad-based approach to the concept of "digital economy", which states that "economic production with the use of digital technology.

As a generalization, it can be said that a "digital economy" can capture all economic things subject to formation and composition.

It is imperative to introduce the concept of a "numerical economy" in practice in the economic activity in Iraq, but before that, the adoption of legislative procedures and laws, laying the sound foundations for the sake of salvation from the chaos that afflicts the national economy of Iraq.

The process of understanding and applying the concept of "digital economy" has become a major indicator of the level of economic development in any country. link

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