The government is moving to a system derived from a neighboring state in the collection of electricity, water and taxes[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/4/22 8:24 • 706 times read[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The government is moving towards the implementation of a sophisticated electronic system in the collection of customs tariffs would prevent corruption rampant at the border crossings and increase financial revenues significantly, while the Committee on Economy parliamentary that the system is quoted from a neighboring country.
"The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has expressed its willingness to implement an electronic system for all types of government collection such as electricity, water and taxes, including customs," said committee member Ali Saadoun al-Lami in a press statement. "This system contains cards be pre - paid by the citizen or the consumer. "
He added that" officials in Amman on the Iraqi side suggested the application of this program and circulated to departments and staff training to use it , "noting that he" will fight corruption D provides time and effort, it also prevents employees from the owners of weak souls to blackmail citizens. "
He pointed out that "the Committee is keen to implement the system as soon as possible, as it does not cost the state anything but computers and staff well trained on its management, expressing" fear of attempts by corrupters to delay the work of this system and put obstacles to the bodies responsible for its implementation.
" Committee member Falah Abdul Karim Radhi, "The former Prime Minister Haider Abadi had announced that all the border crossings, including the Kurdistan region for investment by companies"
He added that "the investment plan for those outlets include rehabilitation, and linked to the central electronic system to monitor Including the materials entering Iraq and the extent of their authority for human consumption, in addition to the payment of customs fees according to fees established by the government and according to the existing materials in each container.
He stressed that "the Committee is working on the need to install such advanced systems that can protect the Iraqi consumer, in addition to increasing the revenues of the state rather than its total dependence on oil."
Al-Radi suggested that "the amounts collected from customs duties be deposited in a special fund to support the local product and thus prevent the increase of prices in respect of certain products instead of placing them in the treasury of the state."
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