A member of the Committee on Economy and Investment parliamentary Abdul Salam al-Maliki , Friday, that the draft "industrial cities law" will contribute to the creation of jobs in the areas that will be established by those cities, calling the House of Representatives to manage the law on the session of the next sessions.
Al-Maliki said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the draft industrial cities law represents a qualitative leap and will contribute significantly to the establishment, organization, development, management and operation of industrial cities and maintenance in accordance with contemporary experiments with the aim of encouraging and expanding private investment and strengthening the capabilities of the Iraqi economy," noting that " The cabinet of parliament on May 8 last year and was completed by the Economic Committee and read the first and second readings and discussion.
Maliki said that "the Committee used during its discussions with experts in the Ministry of Industry and the private sector to see ideas and views in order to mature the law in an optimal manner that achieves the desired goals," pointing out that "the legislation of the law will contribute to encourage the private sector local and foreign for urban planning with impact management Environmental and job creation in areas where these cities will be established. "
He called on Maliki, the presidency of parliament to "include the draft law on the agenda of the Council in the coming sessions to vote it as soon as possible to serve the Iraqi investment sector and overcome the economic recession and the promotion of medium and small industries like the rest of the world."
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives completed its session held on (17 April 2019), the second reading and discussion of the draft industrial cities law.
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