Parliamentary Services: Allawi's law of fruits and vegetables will be returned to the government
14:28 - 20/07/2019
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A member of the Parliamentary Services Committee Burhan al-Mamouri on Saturday, the agreement of the committees of services and agriculture to re-draft a law to organize the creation of Allawi, the sale of fruits, vegetables and animals to the government.
"The parliamentary committees of services, reconstruction, agriculture and water held an extensive meeting this morning to discuss the draft law on the organization of the establishment of Allawi, the sale of fruits, vegetables and animals," Maamouri said in a statement.
He added that "the draft law allows the General Union of Agricultural Societies to establish Alawi outside the borders of the municipality and its management and leasing in accordance with the law of sale and lease of state funds No. (21) for the year 2013." He added, "With the strengthening of financial revenues of the Ministry of Construction, To provide services to citizens both within the municipal boundaries and outside. "
He called for the need to "have a common vision between the ministry and the Union to achieve a real balance of management of financial revenues resulting from this law."
He pointed out that "the revenues of the municipality go to 40% of the state treasury to the Ministry of Finance and 60% of the revenues to the Ministry of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works to carry out its work within cities." However, the revenues in this law go to 40% The other to the General Union of Agricultural Societies. "
Al-Mamouri said that "a number of MPs have made their comments and objections to some articles of the law demanding that some of the revenues be allocated to the municipalities or there should be a partnership between the municipality and the Federation of Agricultural Societies." And animals to the government for maturation and make some adjustments to it. " Ending / 25