[size=36]Parliament plans to legislate a law on the union of businessmen and organize their work[/size]
[size=36]Political | 01:24 - 20/07/2019[/size]
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The first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan al-Kaabi, Saturday, the Parliament's intention to enact a law concluded by the Union of businessmen and the organization of their work, while calling for the activation of the private sector through practical mechanisms and fast.
The Information Office of the First Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, in a statement received / Mawazine News, a copy of it, "Al-Kaabi, received a delegation of the Federation of Iraqi businessmen headed by Ragheb Reza Blibl," Mbnase that "the meeting discussed legislation proposed a special law for the Union of businessmen and organization of their work, On the most important obstacles to the private sector and ways to overcome them.
Al-Kaabi called for the activation of the private sector through the mechanisms of rapid and accurate process, and not only to be media-friendly, stressing the need to share the local investment sector within small projects different commercial, industrial, agricultural or other to be an introduction to attract investment and owners of foreign capital.
He added that "the House of Representatives is determined to support the government's directions to move the economy through the participation of the private sector in the local development, and the development of sectors and activities of commercial, industrial, investment, agricultural and others," adding that "the legislative authority is moving towards legislation of laws and the issuance of decisions to create an attractive environment for global companies And expand banking activities and improve monetary policy in the country. "
Al-Kaabi discussed "the most important proposals of the delegation regarding the law of the Union, and the need to adopt it during the coming period." He stressed that "there is a need to legislate after completing a study by the relevant committees and holding workshops and seminars with relevant ministries and related parties to mature before proceeding with voting procedures." End n / a