Nasraoui: the law of Basra, Iraq's economic capital will contribute to the entry of investors

Editorial date: 2017/4/27 17:46 77 times read

(Basra: Al-Furat News)

Governor of Basra, Majid al-Nasraoui, thanked the House of Representatives for voting on the law of Basra, the economic capital of Iraq, stressing that this law will contribute to the reconstruction of the province and revitalize the economic movement and the entry of investors.

In a statement to his office received a copy of the agency, "the name of the visual people, the local government thanks and appreciation to the presidency and members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, to vote today on the law of Basra, the economic capital of Iraq, and thanks to those who launched this idea years ago Mr. Ammar al - Hakim, Iraqi National. "

"This long-awaited law will undoubtedly contribute to creating fertile ground for the construction and reconstruction of our dear province, as well as the revitalization of the economic movement and the entry of investors through the Iraqi economic portal," he added.

Nasraoui said that "this law is less than what Basra deserves, since they never give and take, give money and blood to Iraq and take only the diseases and crumbs of its share of the assessed."

He concluded by saying, "We in the local government of Basra will work hard to activate and apply this law on the ground, and we all hope to support all honorable with us, to promote the reality of our vision dear."

It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives voted in its meeting today on the draft law of Basra, Iraq's economic capital in order to develop and strengthen the economic reality of Iraq and to develop comprehensive economic development and improve the standard of living and service of the Iraqi citizen in general and the visual citizen in particular.

The head of the National Alliance, Mr. Ammar al-Hakim has called for making the province of Basra, Iraq's economic capital, and urged the citizen's bloc to work to legislate a law in this regard, which responded in turn to the invitation of Mr. Ammar al-Hakim and drafted and submitted to the House of Representatives.