Public Sector Reform in Iraq

By Ali Al-Mawlawi for the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House). Any opinions expressed are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News.

Iraq's public sector has shown formidable resistance to reform.

The goal of this briefing is to guide policymakers, international financial institutions and development agencies in their design and implementation of public sector reform programmes in Iraq.

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One Response to Public Sector Reform in Iraq

  1. Ibn Al Iraq 26th July 2020 at 19:09 #


    This report should be circulated to every office within the Gov of Iraq! Wake up !!

    This is very disappointing to say the least, we, Iraqis and foreign investors all are suffering on a daily base badly in dealing with any public office!!. Most of Iraqi public sectors are corrupted, ignorant to basic manners of professionalism and lazy.

    All they care is their salary and how much they make out of cunning others. They leave no stone unturned in creating obstacles & excuses to abuse people /investors .

    GoI should be more serious in addressing this pandemic asap as it is affecting Iraq on many fronts and Iraqis will only pay the price!!

    Holidays are to be reduced, to focus on productivity and accountability with monthly review and appraisal standards.