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MP asks: Who allowed the government to work with the Jordan agreement before it is ratified by Parli

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goods - MP asks: Who allowed the government to work with the Jordan agreement before it is ratified by Parli Empty MP asks: Who allowed the government to work with the Jordan agreement before it is ratified by Parli

Post by rocky on Sat 02 Feb 2019, 2:24 am

MP asks: Who allowed the government to work with the Jordan agreement before it is ratified by Parliament?
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BAGHDAD / The deputy of the Sadikun bloc, Abdul Amir al-Dabi, on Saturday asked the government how to work on the Jordan agreement before it is approved by Parliament.
"Did the Iraqi Council of Representatives ratify the agreement with Jordan according to article 61 quater and whether it allows the Iraqi government to work on the agreement before it is ratified in parliament," al-Dabbi said in a tweet read by Iraq News.
He added, "Or has Iraq become a hot spot for Edo Alwho !!! Or has become the oil of Iraq Farhud Shoait and Baiet, and their homes are full of Frhod."


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goods - MP asks: Who allowed the government to work with the Jordan agreement before it is ratified by Parli Empty The foreign ministry calls on the government to reconsider granting Jordan huge concessions on goods

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The foreign ministry calls on the government to reconsider granting Jordan huge concessions on goods

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Information / Baghdad ..
The parliamentary foreign relations committee on Saturday called on the government to reconsider the recent economic agreement with Jordan on the abolition of customs of most Jordanian goods, noting that these measures contribute to the rise of the Iraqi budget deficit.
"Iraq has given an exception to Jordan through the passage of dozens of most goods and service goods to Iraq without the collection of customs, which will lead to the damage of the Iraqi economy significantly," said Amer al-Fayez, a member of the committee.
Fayez added that "the government program includes taking new economic measures to promote the agricultural, industrial and commercial reality of the country, but the agreement with Jordan is contrary to those trends."
He added that "Jordan can not grant all these concessions the prospect of a security agreement and the exchange of information with them in exchange for the extension of oil pipeline and the reduction in the price of oil exported to it as well as the abolition of the customs duties of its goods," calling on the government to "reconsider that agreement and formulation according to the highest interests of the country as it will contribute In raising the budget deficit. " Ending / 25 d

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