Accused economist Hamid buckets, Sunday, political blocs to disrupt important economic laws in order to paralyze the economic activity in the country.
He told Daly / information / "The task of economic laws, especially those related to investment is still in the House of Representatives shelves because of obstruction by some political blocs."
He added that "these blocks are striving to stop the movement of the country's economy and paralyzed for specific purposes," explaining that "the overall budget deficit came against the backdrop of stopping investment projects and economic plans and the failure of the adoption of important laws in this area."
Daly pointed out that "the Iraqi economy needs a comprehensive support of the parliament and the government and the private sector to Recovery stay and make it effective," stressing "the need for an appropriate climate for investment in Iraq to provide, because that would be an incentive to improve the quality of a successful economy in the country."
And still tens of laws affecting the country's economy and its citizens are directly placed on the shelves and a table of deliberations in the House of Representatives approved a law without investment, oil and gas and Gerha
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