Parliamentary Economy: not benefit from consumer protection laws under the Freedom of corruption mafias and militias
Baghdad - INA / confirmed member of the parliamentary Economic Committee, beautiful al-Obeidi, said on Sunday that the laws that protect consumer legislation is useless because of the "mafias corruption and large militias influential" in the joints of the main state, calling for limiting arms possession state, and activating the quality control of the goods entering and out to Iraq.
He said al-Obeidi, a deputy of the National Coalition, for "the official Iraqi News Agency," "The control of the militias on the street and the dominance of financial and administrative corruption and the lack of real control on government ports allow either manipulators Bakot people and the entry of corrupt goods to the country."
He said al-Obeidi, we "do not find a benefit from the adoption of laws and legislation unless the weapon to the state and activating the quality control of the goods entering and leaving the country," indicating that "the legislation of laws that protect the consumer does not exist now because of mafias big corruption and militias influential in the joints of Home State" .
And demanded al-Obeidi, the need to "bear arms, however, and approval of the State conscription law until you find the way to implementation of such legislation," arguing that "some have power to impose pressure on the judges to overlook some of its actions manipulating foodstuffs corrupt and brought into the count
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