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Deputy: Parliament will not allow the exemption of Jordanian goods from customs duties
10:53 - 03/02/2019
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Information / Baghdad ..
Deputy MP for the construction coalition Mansour al-Baiji, Sunday, the Iraqi government to exempt the goods of Jordan entering Iraq from customs duties "dangerous" and unacceptable and can not be accepted completely, stressing that Parliament will not allow it.
"The Iraqi government has taken decisions that the House of Representatives can not allow as a pipeline oil pipeline to Jordan and the export of oil at low prices and the exemption of their goods," he said. "What is the meaning and benefit of such decisions, the only beneficiary is the Jordanian side Just".
He added that "as representatives of the Iraqi people, we have repeated the oath to protect the country and the wealth of the Iraqi people. We will not accept such decisions that harm the public interest of the country and the Iraqi people in return for benefiting the Jordanian side, which we have not seen good since the fall of the former regime. By these decisions taken by the government without reference to parliament. "
Al-Bayji warned that "these measures taken by the government will destroy the Iraqi economy because Jordan will sink the Iraqi market with its duty-free goods and destroy any Iraqi industry. Therefore, the government should correct these decisions from the extension of the oil pipeline to exempt the Jordanian goods from customs duties. MPs have a position and we will stand against these decisions that will harm the Iraqi people and will not allow them permanently. " Ending / 25