Wasit - and babysit - carried out the owners of commercial vehicles in Zurbatiyah border port, Wasit Province today, a peaceful sit-in to demand the cancellation of the new customs tariff.
Mohammed al-Masoudi said one of the participants in the sit-in, "The new customs tariff hurt that much of our work as well as the citizen, and today we reject the application in the Frontier Province outlets before he carried out in all of Iraq's border outlets."
He added that "a lot of food destroyed because of the late entry of Iraq, after pleading no high tariff amounts on commercial trucks, prompting a number of drivers to go to the northern ports, despite the distance and the security risk for getting rid of pay Alcomerk for non-implementation of the resolution there."
For his part, Vice President of the Provincial Council Aghannimoa Turki said that "the individual Wasti weak income, and the application of those decisions will lead to higher prices of goods and commodities in the local markets, which will be reflected negatively on increasing the suffering of the citizens directly."
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