Parliamentary Finance: meet customs fees are not well thought out and marred by corru
Parliamentary Finance: meet customs fees are not well thought out and marred by corruption mechanism
Parliamentary Finance Committee criticized, on Monday, the mechanism used in the customs duties are met. And while confirming the existence of suspicions of corruption, specialists said there were floundering in the work of governmental institutions apply the tariff law.
The Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister and the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, announced the establishment of an "internal fence" for inspection and audit Alkmarki on goods flowing from Kurdistan and the rest of the border crossing points. He also confirmed that the fence will reduce the evasion of customs tariff, counting that it was too early to predict the size of the financial revenues from the tariff are met.
She said a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Magda Tamimi, said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Commission is not satisfied with the mechanism used in the application of the customs tariff law which is not well thought out."
Tamimi added that "the Commission has received a lot of complaints about the application of the customs tariff law, as well as being briefed on what the media of the problems in this regard."
She continued that "the Commission will host in the next week, officials in the form of customs, to learn the mechanisms in place in customs duties and the reasons for the confusion are met, as well as discuss the corruption that exists where" .oohart that "the decision applies only in the southern ports that are affected by it in does not apply in the northern ports in the Kurdistan region, "indicating that" the movement has caused sales in the region of the existence of a recession in southern Iraq account. "
He pointed out that "the checkpoints that have been developed at the northern entrances taint her a lot of corruption and that too Senbgesh in our meeting with the Customs Authority."
In turn, the economist said Mohammed Abdul Latif Al-Ani, in an interview for the "long", that "mismanagement and lack of enforcement of laws that deal with economic affairs have led to the confusion of executive bodies in the process of applying the customs tariff law."
"The Government's introduction Sitarat irregular at the entrances to cities to check the lists of border crossing points caused economic losses outweigh the financial interest of the desired application of the law in accordance with the proper frameworks." Ani said that "the lack of centralized decisions of the federal government and its lack of arms of the executive can have control over the border crossings, which include many of the Iraqi provinces made it difficult money levied en route calculation."
He said the "activation of the relevant government institutions outlets border and rid it of corrupt cadres who seized control of the tax money for years and thus formed a large mafias control the work of those ports, according to the visions of partisan and factional."
He said al-Ani said "Previous years have seen a significant Anflata Iraq border outlets in various provinces, so Parliament did not rely on the financial resources in the state budget."
"The local governments in some provinces seized control of the Frontier Province outlets and controlled with money entering the country at random and ill-advised under the pretext of development and economic fact the service to those provinces."
The appearance of Mohammed Saleh Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister stressed Tuesday (February 23, 2016), in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The government has set up a fence internal inspection and audit Alkmarki coming from the border crossing points of goods," noting that "the function of the fence is to examine the goods flowing from the Kurdistan region and the rest of the border crossing points to ensure that the size of the paid-up funds from customs tariffs, and the extent of conformity to the standards of the Central Agency for Standardization and quality control. "
Salih stressed that "the fence will reduce the evasion of customs tariff problems," he returned that "it is too early to predict the size of the financial revenues from customs tariffs are met."
The dozens of suppliers of goods demonstrated, in (the first of February 2016), in the Safwan border port in Basra province, to protest against the implementation of the new customs tariff law, while stressed that the tax continued in the south will push them to resort to outlets Kurdistan, Mayor Zubair pointed out the port Safwan revenues declined by 95% due to the application of customs tariffs.
The Iraqi ports Directorate revealed, in (January 29, 2016), for a reduction of trade movement and the movement of ports after the application of customs tariffs in the southern ports law. The administration denied that the border crossing points Directorate for obtaining tariff points in the exits of the region, the Finance Committee in the Parliament refused to obey the dealers and excluded from the law, calling for the application of "justice," according to the General Budget Law.
The Iraqi Council of Ministers in the, he decided, (13 December 2015) the introduction of points in the approved border crossing points shall check and make sure customs tariff are met, and the introduction of standardization of quality control points.