After the holiday legislative
Baghdad Farah pumice
Committee intends economic parliamentary bill passed tariff after the holiday legislative cooperation with the Finance Committee, according to the Commission, this law will come with positive results to protect the consumer and the merchant and strengthen the country's economy through the consolidation of taxes.
Committee member MP Abdul Salam al-Maliki said for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network," that "the law will strengthen the presence of the country's financial through returns of large financial consolidation of taxes on materials entering Iraq, and will have impressions positive in the Iraqi street because it protects the citizen (consumer), and through the mechanism of programmed either in the financial side or on the side of import or export, particularly that the law in force in all countries of the world. "said Attorney-Maliki said," There are a lot of obstacles stand in the adoption of this law, including the border crossing points of the Kurdistan region, which is still open and is fully controlled by the federal government and controlled by the province, "explaining that there is" more than 13 outlet border, eight of which are only under the control of the federal government and the remaining five either controlled by the province, or closed because of the security situation between Iraq and Syria in addition to the port Trebil uncontrolled fully Because of security conditions and demonstrations in areas leading up to him. "
and saw a member of the Committee that he must submit to the law that regulates the movement of trade in the country, saying that the law would avoid the country's economic mess and existing financial because the border crossing deal according to the specific mechanism varies from port to another, so it will be more protection for the dealer and the more sedate of the Iraqi economy, in addition to control of the money according to the mechanism of action is programmed by the Department of Customs and the Ministry of Finance to ensure the safety of the entry and exit of goods., and on the draft law of Basra, the capital of Iraq's economic MP-Maliki said his committee is an integrated program for this law, and address all gaps in it to activate it in the House of Representatives and thus passed through the current legislative session.
, and between a member of the Committee that his committee is working to attract the attention and the attention of the world through the enactment of this law, as is the case in many countries of the world, saying that Basra would be production of oil in the coming years 80 - 85 percent of Iraq's production, in addition to vital ports and a lot of important projects which all have economic returns.
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