[size=36]Parliamentarian endeavor to include port revenues in the next budget[/size]
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revealed the parliamentary economic committee in the House of Representatives, on Thursday, its quest to include the revenues of ports in the next budget.
Saad al-Khazali, a member of the Committee, said that "the revenues of border outlets did not fall within the budget for several reasons, whether political or as a result of the control of some of them."
Al-Khazali stressed the Committee's endeavor to "include port revenues in the next budget."
He continued, "Iraq is the first country to import, as the national industry has suffered in previous periods and we hope in the future that the national industry will improve to be suppliers non-importers, so the border outlets should be an effective element in supplementing the federal budget."
He added that "goods entering the day to the country , estimated at millions of dollars, even used to use true and there was control over the goods and the quality of the budget was today the best case , " noting that " the government prevented some materials from import, but still enter, and subject to corruption existing in Some ports. "
He pointed out, "the formation of an investigative committee will complete its investigations in the coming days to be a full vision of the border outlets and their work and imports and the size and quality of goods entering."
Al-Khazali continued that "the border outlets suffer today from the absence of a measuring device and a quality control in the outlets, so that corrupt and low-quality goods enter the central government, and the central government will have to use it in order to activate the system." Ends 29/43