Deputy calls for customs control to keep the state's resources

Friday February 5, 2016 19:19

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP for the Liberal bloc Mazen Mezni, on Friday, to monitor the customs authority in order to preserve the state's resources, as pointed out that 70% of Basra customs officers from outside the province, expressed his surprise at that.

And Mezni said in a statement issued today, on the sidelines of his meeting with the prime minister's office in the presence of an economic advisor to the Prime Minister and a number of deputies from the province of Basra and the Director General of Customs and received Alsumaria News a copy of it, that "it is necessary to preserve the state's resources by monitoring what is happening in the body customs, "pointing out that" prevailing in the customs Authority staff is bribery and corruption. "

Mezni expressed surprise at the "presence of 70 percent of Basra customs officers from outside the province," calling on the concerned authorities to "monitor this matter."

He called on the Office of the Prime Minister to "reconsider working in the Customs Authority staff and balance the spoilers and monitor them," stressing that it would monitor "the implementation of these decisions and not the slackening refer any spoiler to the judiciary."

The governor of the central bank on the Keywords confirmed, in (January 13, 2016), that the customs duties to undergo a lot of "bugs and corruption" and weakness in the performance, and as pointed out that what is being collected in the ports than other state revenues, demanded by subjecting all outlets to the same standards in the audit.