Demanding parliamentary to cancel the decision to prevent the import of damaged cars to Iraq[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date:: 2019/11/14 10:29 • 66 times read[/rtl]
MP Alia Nassif called on the Council of Ministers to cancel the resolution 435, which prohibited the entry of damaged cars to Iraq, noting that this decision deprived thousands of young workers from the jobs in the maintenance of these cars and today unfortunately enter into neighboring countries to be repaired there.
Nassif said in a statement today: "We have already warned of the repercussions of this decision on the labor in the workshops to repair the damaged cars imported, thousands of workers in Baghdad and the provinces were supporting their families through this new profession that has made the car market rebound and broke the monopoly of some companies to brands and models Today, instead of finding solutions to the problem of unemployment, new convoys of unemployed young people, mostly from poor families who do not find the price of rent, have been added.
Nassif said that "this decision forced traders to bring these cars to neighboring countries, which of course benefit from this step, which no one rejects, and there are maintenance, repair, plumbing, dyeing and other operations," stressing "the need for the Council of Ministers to cancel this decision and allow all traders and individuals By entering the damaged cars. "
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