Parliamentary economy questioning the fate of the money withheld from salaries and ..
Parliamentary economy questioning the fate of the money withheld from salaries and recognizes the seizure of spoilers
1/19/2016 0 Comments
He questioned a member of the economic and investment commission parliamentary Nora Albjara, on Tuesday, that the ratio go the "3%" which deducted from the salaries of employees and retirees to go to support the popular crowd and displaced persons, stressing that it also will go into the pockets of Alvadsin.
Albjara L / scales News /, that "the government is weak and does not know how to behave in their decisions and laws issued by the taxes," pointing out "as they go to the owners of low-income and young staff, and leave the big real estate and capital from the merchants and other owners."
Albjara he pointed out that "the senior traders and owners of real estate circumvent the state in ways that escape the tax, especially since the taxes that aggregated very large, stressing that corruption has now become toxic to those who are dealing with", stressing that "the government need today to force in the implementation of laws, including the Law customs tariffs, taxes and other laws of obtaining state funds. "
She added, "The customs tariff law has not been implemented except in the province of Basra was to stop doing as a result of the demonstrations that came out against this law", accusing the "big traders of big money owners are paid to pretend, to the fact that ordinary people what their tariffs, especially as they are specific to import materials and goods. "
Albjara confirmed that "employees and retirees are the owners of the credit to the government and parliament because they are the only ones who support the popular crowd and displaced through the deduction from their salaries and go to support those segments."
The Iraqi Council of Representatives had approved the federal budget for the year 2016 Law deducted 3% of the salaries of employees and retirees to reduce popular support and displaced persons.