The implementation of the population"s employment policy, the flow of capital from the country, and the discussion of the social welfare for creative people are the topics of today's media.
The newspaper Azerbaijan writes about providing employment for the population, which continues to be a priority for the state"s social policy. Discussion of the issue is conducted against the backdrop of the signing by the President of the country of the decree on the creation of the National Observatory on Social Security and the Labor Market at the Ministry of Labor and Social Security of the Population.
This structure is created to make effective decisions in the field of employment and social protection. The author also reports on the self-employment program, which involved 7,267 people, and by the end of this year will increase to 10 thousand people.
The website Hurriyet.org writes that the amount of funds taken out of the country varies between 50-80 billion, discussing the reasons for this with expert Natig Jafarli.
The latter states that the removal of state funds by officials and ministers as capital from the country and the purchase of property abroad is a well-known fact. The atmosphere of impunity that prevails in the country contributes to this.
In addition, property rights are protected by fair courts abroad, which is not the case in Azerbaijan. There are no conditions for investment in Azerbaijan, so the capital earned through corruption goes abroad.
In Azerbaijan, the per capita GDP is $ 3,500-4,000; if the money remained in Azerbaijan, the amount would be doubled.
The website Yeni Sabah.az writes about the early death of young creative people. In the creative environment there is a deep socio-psychological crisis. The untimely death of young and talented people can be considered murder - these are Telman Aliyev, Akif Samad, Adil Mirseid, Mehdi Bayazit, Sabir Sarvan, Elchin Selcuk, Shaig Veli ... Most of them had financial problems.