Thursday 22 January 2015
Parliament quite keen on the care and support of peasants and farmers layer and everything related to the revitalization and development of the agricultural sector, which is today the other oil wealth enhance the ability of the state to consolidate the non-oil revenues
Qurtas News / Baghdad
Committee economy parliamentary and investment, on Thursday, the House of Representatives called for a re-consideration of the draft agricultural land Rent Act, drafted in 2010, and intends to parliament for a vote of principle in the coming sessions, demanding to take the last few years the variables into account, and write a new draft law meets the peasants requirements .
Committee Chairman Jawad al-Bolani told a news conference at the parliament building Monday afternoon and attended "Qurtas News" that "quite keen on the care and support of peasants and farmers layer and everything related to the revitalization and development of the agricultural sector, which is today the other oil wealth enhance the ability of the state to consolidate the revenue is Parliament oil. "
He added that "the parliamentary Committee of Economy and Investment bound strongly to support the agricultural sector, should be encouraged individual property of the peasants and farmers to enable them through the launch of agricultural land rent law."
He explained that "a copy of agricultural land rent law was sent to Parliament since 2010 and must be reconsidered and took the substance past years variables into consideration, and that there is a new law that meets the requirements of the peasants."
He called to "enable the peasants of all the ingredients for success, agricultural production, and that the text of the law includes incentives and privileges as the farmer feels that years of work in the cultivation of land is the true history of our tribes and civilization of Iraq."
He continued, "we can make agriculture an important tributary to support state revenues and employment sector in the country."
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