[size=36]Customs reveals attempts to confiscate their efforts and stresses: continue to maximize financial revenues[/size]
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The General Authority of Customs announced on Sunday attempts to confiscate its efforts, while confirming that it is continuing to maximize financial revenues.
In a statement received by Mawazine News, the agency said it "deplores the letter of confiscation of the sincere efforts of its men, and it is regrettable that those lying on their feet undermine the efforts of the workers without the slightest objectivity and that those sitting in the shadows seek to reduce the efforts of the customs officers who are serving Their day in the sun's rays and to exercise the guardianship and solutions and confiscate the achievements of the body. "
The statement added that "the General Authority for Customs is the only body responsible for the collection of customs duties and the implementation of fiscal policy and the practice of customs control on its borders in accordance with the provisions of the Customs Law No. 23 of 1984 in force," indicating that "the fees are entered into a closed account is subsequently transferred to the account of the Ministry of Finance And is subject to the control of the Office of Financial Control and can not find a scientific explanation or practical for the other parties to this role.
He stressed that "maximizing the customs revenues, especially the published revenues of the customs of Trebil, came as a result of the efforts of the customs administration and standardization of its procedures and its response to the head of corruption." He called upon those working with them to "review and implement the law and provide the appropriate environment, infrastructure and basic services so that The State budget shall be credited with customs revenues. "