Economic parliamentary: border crossings law will increase the country's imports

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Economic Commission representative confirmed that the approval of border crossings bill that would increase the country's imports in case it is applied strictly control and accounting spoilers, pointing out that this law solves many of the problems with the territory that the most important border crossing points be managed in coordination with the governments of the regions and governorates that are not associated with the province.

Said committee member Nora Albjara, "it was forming a body called the body of border crossings in accordance with the border crossings Act, passed by Parliament to manage the ports," indicating that "the proceeds of the ports will have a significant role to provide services and the creation of infrastructure model."

It Albjara "This body will include representatives from each province or territory, as well as all relevant ministries and Kalforeigh Interior. Albjara added that many of the problems between the province and the federal government have been resolved through the law, which enjoined delivery of imports to the center, and the southern ports, which was most of the imports of the goods entering and leaving to go into the pockets of corrupt, and enjoined the law becomes subject to strict control to ensure the control of the federal government by .

Confirmed Albjara that the law remains in vain if there is no actual application of the law on the ground, there will be accountability for mischief, because the majority of imports of these ports go into the pockets of corrupt, noting that if there were accounting for managed these outlets supplement the state very large amounts.

She stressed member of the Economic Committee on the importance of the role of the Integrity Commission, the judiciary and the House of Representatives to monitor the work of the border crossing points, and there are in Iraq nearly fourteen customs centers distributed between border crossings and areas Aharh.ivkr that the House of Representatives voted during its 16th legislative term first third legislative year held Monday (August 29, 2019), a draft of border crossings into law.