The National Reconciliation Government still has many opportunities to develop the bases for new and a renewable economy. This will not be achieved through the urgent Gulf funding, but mainly through leaving behind the useless mechanisms of the past that are still dominant in the administrative, economic and investment performance that cannot be justified at all. Especially if we knew the degree of consensus that those central useless mechanisms and the system of good laws, pending on the hook of the powerful corrupted, have been and are still the major obstacle standing on the way of a quantum leap in the national economy. With a great confusion, one wonders about many things that can never be justified. On top of which is the terrible cutting-off of the electricity and water services, and the unexplained surrender of that mechanisms, which serves only the ravagers, whom are directed by invisible parties, known to everyone.
We also wonder, with the same degree of confusion and concern about the sustainability of the mechanisms impeding the development and management, and with the same degree of the forcible turning away to the consequences of the crisis. Without taking courage decisions to transfer the financial, administrative, and development liabilities of the various provinces.
There is still sufficient time to operate the funds given by the Gulf states, and open the door for the prompt investment in the services line, especially production of electricity and water, liberate the road, sea and air transport. It is enough that these funds would contribute to providing wide opportunities for hundreds of thousands of unemployed youths. The rational economic consideration requires leaving the barricades of the ragged concepts of sovereignty, and admit that liberation of investment is the entrance of freeing the country from the need, begging and confusion.