Najib: the signatures of a representative to discuss the state and file properties will be sold as needed

02.04.2016 at 10:18 (Baghdad time)

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It revealed a member of the Committee of Economy and Investment parliamentary Najiba Najib, Thursday, for the collection of 50 parliamentary signing to discuss the sale of property the state and find out measures to be taken by the House of Representatives.

It is said that MP Harith Al-Harthy said, the State Real Estate will be sold locally and will not be sold investment for foreign companies, and that the presidential palaces will not be among the properties that will be sold.

She said Najib's / balances News /, "it was more than 50 parliamentary signature gathering to discuss the sale of property the state to find out how it will be sold, and the details and procedures that Parliament will take this matter has been referred to the parliamentary finance committee and legal to provide the final reports of the results and decisions that will be issued by the two committees. What for the sale of these properties. "

She added, "The sale of property state law exists but signatures collected to see any real estate include the number and to whom it will be sold and what are the ways and the mechanism to be sold out," adding that "the state will sell its property when there is a need for it."

She explained that "a lot of money and property of the state is not under government control may be an idea put forward sale is to take advantage of them rather than any return usefulness of the points of the other," asserting that "the report, which will provide financial and legal committees Alniabaten will be presented during the session today or next Saturday."

The Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary Harith al-Harthy said L / balance News /, earlier, that the sale and lease of state funds will help to advance the current economic crisis facing the country, while stressing the need to take advantage of the natural resources and the suit towards supplementing the state budget amounts diversified away from dependence on oil prices. finished 29/4 e