Vice Basra announce efforts to activate the Maritime Authority Act for the development of ports
Follow-up - and babysit - MP for the province of Basra Tawfiq al-Kaabi, Sunday, all efforts to activate the application Maritime Authority Act to rid the ports of some of the problems and challenges they face, pointing out that the presence of naval power in a positive way will impact on security, administrative and economic situation of the ports.
Kaabi said, "The Services Committee in the House of Representatives presented to the presidency of the Council a report on the conditions of the ports and details of the problems faced, the report included a recommendation to activate the Maritime Authority Law, and has the approval of the discussion of the report during the next meeting of the Council," noting that "Iraq does not need legislation A new law Maritime Authority because of a previous law was frozen under a decree issued in 2003 after the US civil administrator Paul Bremer, and should therefore rescind the decision which led to the freezing of the law. "
Kaabi and pointed out that "the application of marine power law is necessary for the organization of work in ports and the advancement of the institutions of the public maritime sector," adding that "the most prominent problems that will be phased out for when forming Maritime Authority is the problem of the multiplicity of government departments that control the work of the ports, where the company Public ports are suffering from a lack of control over ports in the presence of government agencies is under the Ministry of Transportation are working in the ports, including the Customs Authority of the Ministry of Finance, and the Department of Health Control of the Ministry of Health, and the Directorate of the Ministry of Planning of quality control. "
Kaabi and pointed out that "Iraq has the expertise freely able to freely promote the formation of a unified ports authority," adding that "the presence of naval power will be reflected positively on security, administrative and economic situation of the ports."
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