Parliamentary Finance: censorship against defaulters and squatters non - existent procedures

2016-04-25 19:40:00 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Parliamentary Finance Committee on Monday, called for control of professional organizations , including the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, while considered censorship against defaulters and squatters "non - existent" procedures.

The committee member said Masood Haider in an interview with Alsumaria's News, said that "We have no information on the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, but any professional organization or other take financial support from the government, must be under the control of regulatory institutions, including the Union of Chambers or the other , " noting that " this money is given to them from public money. "

He said Haider, that "the House of Representatives highest supervisory authority, but unfortunately during the past two years , was not at the required level, while the BSA they prestigious institution , it has to play its role , " adding that " to take action against defaulters and squatters no longer little."

The private sector has seen a significant deterioration after 2003 due to the lifting of government support him, especially the industrial sector of it which led to most of the laboratories and factories stopped working because of their inability to compete with imported subsidized goods in the countries where they come from, which imported large fees is not subject, according to observers.