BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - November 11: Student of coalition rule of law, the prime minister and the Ministry of Industry to activate the Military Industrialization Corporation to encourage national industry and the elimination of financial and administrative corruption in some ministries that subsisted spoilers on the transactions and commissions.
The MP for the coalition of state law, high Nassif, in a statement quoted its press office today and received / Iraq Press / copy of it, "re-mic Foundation has become especially in light of the economic challenges faced by the country and the lack of financial abundance is an urgent necessity, this institution can manufacturing many of the civil and military matters instead of importing them from abroad ", noting that" spoilers in some ministries are benefiting greatly from the transactions and commissions therefore oppose the re spirit of this important institution. "
She called Nassif, the prime minister and the Ministry of Industry and national honorable that "support such a decision, indicating that" the government should not pay attention to who refuses to activate mic service to its own interests Foreign agenda and sabotage the country's economy, and that Ataathaon with corrupt people and thieves of public money. "
So he asked activists Commenting on the telecom claims about the reasons for Hosmh factories and government laboratories affiliated to the Military Industrialization Corporation during the former regime in 2003, as well as not hunt, accountable and prosecute those who caused dismantled and theft and smuggling of huge Mkainha and modern equipment to neighboring countries across Kurdistan, also questioned the reasons for the termination government support for civil and governmental Maosafar factories shut down 15 000 factory it could cover the needs of the local market and insurance needs, and also wondered about the reasons for opening the doors to wide the front of foreign imported without customs tariff and Atakias and control the quality of what made imported goods cheap and unknown origins or low competition Iraqi counterparts, which forced the owners of Iraqi factories to be sold or shut down and lay off its workers and technicians. Ended .oh
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