Reveal swamp" of the corruption of customs staff: 75% of revenue for the whales 8/31
Reveal the "swamp" of the corruption of customs staff: 75% of revenue for the whales Economy and Tenders Since 08/30/2015
Detection of the Finance Committee member Massoud Rostam, Sunday, the existence of documents confirming most of the corruption of customs officials, noting that 25% of customs revenues go to the state treasury, and 75% go to large whales from the pockets of corrupt officials.
He said Rustam's / scales News / "The circles customs and border crossings has become a" swamp "of corruption staff and we have documents confirming that 25% of the revenue of those ports go to the state treasury, and approximately 75% goes to the corrupt bureaucrats' pockets."
He said the Finance Committee member Massoud Rostam that "the parliamentary finance these employees will be directed to open a file to hold them accountable and fight corruption in the circles of border crossings and customs."
This "revealed the economic and investment commission in Parliament on Saturday, for lack of seriousness of the government to apply the new customs tariff law," asserting that "the border crossing points in the western provinces under the control of the organization" Daash "terrorist, and some southern ports, however influential" politicians "and" heads of clans " , and the northern Kurdistan region, however, and the forces "Peshmerga".
Said committee member Najiba Najib's / scales News / that "most of those border crossings and Alcomerah outside the control of the state," pointing out that "the government is not serious so far the application of the new customs tariff law."
She Najib that "the Western ports, however, terrorists Daash and some other ports in the south, dominated by" influential "senior" officials "and" tribal leaders "and they have the final say in those ports", while confirming that the "customs outlets in Kurdistan under the control of the provincial government and the Peshmerga. "
She member of the economic and investment commission in Parliament that "the head of customs body said during the meetings already held that the infrastructure is well suited for the application of tariff Alcomerah Web law creating a good environment," indicating that "the new law of customs tariff faithful of great benefit to increase non-oil revenues through taxation on goods imported from abroad, "