Customs tariff devoid of experience and some politicians are trying to deport law to parliament next
Economic parliamentary: customs tariff devoid of experience and some politicians are trying to deport law to parliament next
Friday, 22 November / 2013 13:15
[Baghdad – where]
A member of the parliamentary Economic Committee Mura’bi Hussein, that “there are some politicians are trying to deport the customs tariff law to the next parliamentary session.”
The House of Representatives had voted in 22 of the last July on the second amendment to the customs tariff law No. 22 for the year 2010 average, while the government announced its approval in 26 of the last June on a bill to postpone the application of the customs tariff law.
He Mura’bi told all of Iraq [where] that “the customs tariff law which lack the expertise and competencies that can manage this file,” pointing out that “the parliamentary Economic Committee met with officials of the customs, has assured us that the customs tariff devoid of experiences and competencies, and asked for time from in order to train qualified personnel to use the services of customs. ”
“The deportation of the customs tariff law to the next parliamentary session in the interest of some politicians and traders, but the core issue is the lack of experience.”
He Mura’bi that “the parliamentary Economic supported giving the cabinet room for a period of three years for the training of personnel and the monitoring process through customs at the sessions sent out of the country to adjust the process of customs tariffs.”
The news indicated that the mafias and some commercial parties made a deal to migrate the customs tariff law to the next parliamentary session.
The Ministry of Finance has announced in August 2011, the postponement of the labor law of the tariff until the year 2013 because of the current lack of mechanisms of action and high prices of goods in the Iraqi market.
The Tariff Act gives authority to the Council of Ministers at the request of the Minister of Finance modified duty provided for in the tariff schedules tariffs and prices of agricultural products in case of emergency need for economic and monetary action is warranted protection or reciprocity. Ended 2.