Parliamentary Economy: border crossing points outside the government's control 12/29
Parliamentary Economy: border crossing points outside the government's control
12/29/2015 0 Comments
It revealed a member of the economic and investment commission parliamentary Najiba Najib, Tuesday, about the existence of influential politicians in control of the border crossings, and that the application of the customs tariff law need to take strong measures to control market prices.
Najib said, that "there is coordination and communication between Baghdad and Erbil to hold a meeting for the application of the customs tariff law because this law would be of great interest to both parties."
She added, "The meeting will be of the order and not to the order of another attributed the reason to be valid and binding law and the duty of the application despite the fact that there are considerable difficulties in applying customs tariffs."
She pointed out that "Iraq is not in control of the border crossings because they do not all fall under the federal government's control."
She stressed that "there are influential politicians in control of the border crossings," pointing out that "the application of the law need to take strong measures to control the market prices attributed the reason to be applied without the presence of the control of market prices weigh on the shoulders of the Iraqi citizen."
She explained that "the new tariffs to be imposed on imported materials to Iraq will be added to those fees on the citizen by traders making prices high within the markets."
And it called on the government to "put those ports under its control to be able to apply the customs tariff better and achieve the desired goals of the application of the law."