Rapporteur of the parliament: the financial crisis hampering legislation important economic laws


BAGHDAD / Ibrahim Ibrahim - the long-Presse

Parliament confirmed the decision Imad Youkhana, on Sunday, that the financial crisis will impede legislation some laws "mission" because of the guaranteed financial implications, what was seen as an economist that the legislation of laws to new institutions and government agencies represent an economic suicide in the presence of the financial crisis.
He said the decision Parliament Imad Youkhana in an interview to the (long-Presse) that "there are some important laws that include financial implications and that the government had withdrawn to make some adjustments, including revenue monitoring body that needs a lot of money and the law of the Federal service and vote on the appointment of grades Law own, "noting that" the financial crisis will impede the passing of such laws. "

Youkhana added that "there are other laws include the financial implications, but that it is possible legislation into law pension and social security, which supports worker and self-funded," pointing to "the importance of this law being a support worker of his money without having to spend money from the government", pointing out that "The law is close in some paragraphs of European laws."
Youkhana and pointed out that "oil and gas law is not in it any financial consequences but will bring financial and imports of the country and lack of legislation has nothing to do financial consequences but needs a political agreement," asserting that "the differences between the federal government and the province to prevent legislation."
For its part, the Economic Commission is expected to pass three laws to support the Iraqi economy during the next legislative term, while confirming that those laws do not include any financial implications.
Said committee member Nora Albjara in an interview to the (long-Presse) that "there are three important laws in the current session, but it does not include any financial consequences", expected that "those laws are passed during the current legislative term."
Albjara added that "these laws are all of commercial agents law on those wishing access to agencies of international companies or open a business and agencies in Iraq to those companies," indicating that "the second law is the establishment of refineries, which regulates the process of establishing refineries in Iraq Act".
She noted member of the Economic Committee that "the third law is the census law, which is the most comprehensive of the population being submitted studies and solutions," pointing out that "those laws will be passed in the House of Representatives in the next stage after the resumption of the House of Representatives for his work."
The world oil prices fell more than 60% since the summer of 2014 the past, what the impact of imports in countries that rely on it as a resource for the basis of its economy, including Iraq.
In turn, the economic expert, Mohammed Abdul Latif Al-Ani said in an interview for the "long" that "the economic crisis experienced by the country's need to issue the laws of the country do the forgotten years ago resources without resorting to borrow money from abroad and wasted again."
He added that "most of the government institutions that have been developed after 2003 was for political purposes it is unnecessary and redundant, but drains billions of dollars annually to satisfy the people by giving them fake positions in the state."
He said al-Ani, "The legislation of new laws for the institutions and bodies of the government and the country is going through a severe financial crisis is economic suicide may lead the country to disintegration and collapse, so it is the duty of the government first and Parliament II plans to scrap many of the institutions, integrate and take advantage of the functional cadres to reducing its functional structure and reduce state spending." .
He said the "economically advanced countries most government institutions reduced to a certain number of staff commensurate with the number of inhabitants and an estimated annual spending way that does not affect the delivery of basic services to its citizens."
He said al-Ani said "the government stay on its approach to waste money and not to activate and support the private sector to move the domestic market, puts Iraq on the brink of bankruptcy soon the three months does not exceed at best, so it adopt a motivational economic revolution for the restructuring of the Iraqi economy in a comprehensive manner." .