BAGHDAD - The Journal News
The Commission on "Economy and Investment" parliamentary, on Monday, the presence of the steps described as "important" will contribute significantly to reducing the size of the corruption that increasingly frequent talk about Asstraih in "AZ Alkmaar as the" Iraqi.
A member of the Committee, Abdul Salam al-Maliki, told the «Journal News» The "state control over much of making Iraq landfill border crossing points for the waste of other countries being owns about 18 port of custom except airports, 12 of which under central government control, and six of them outside of their control."
He added: "control of financial corruption and administrative system needs to first two things: a change in control of the customs authority in Iraq as the top of the pyramid is corrupt, and the other thing using modern equipment and the activation of standardization and quality control processes."
Maliki also stressed the need to "be there are companies, similar companies in the Gulf States or European countries do standardization and quality control processes and cooperate with international companies on the validity of materials and their origin, production, quality and entry and exit."
He also asked the concerned authorities "to do big campaigns to control this thorny issue of government intervention remains Without the situation as it is to lead to the loss of the lives of citizens, in addition to large financial returns that can be collected from these ports."
He said al-Maliki, to be "involved in the activation of industries in the government and private sectors and the state is working on the operation of laboratories idle can then be dispensed with a lot of non-important materials from entering the country, as many of the materials it is possible to manufacture locally."
Previously economic adviser to the prime minister the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, his confirmation that "customs" caused the waste of nearly $ 8 billion per year of public money in Iraq, pointing out that the current government would launch "the next war on the border to control ports and Iraqi customs."
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