[size=36]Popular discontent with the Iraqi government’s support for importing damaged cars[/size]
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citizens and owners of local exhibitions expressed "their displeasure with the Iraqi government's support for the decision to import damaged cars from abroad."
Citizens and exhibition owners said in their speech collectively that "the Iraqi market has a lot of discreet companies that are the exclusive agency of the finest global factories for cars, whether from Asia, Europe or other countries."
They pointed out that "the Iraqi Prime Minister's office endorsed the opinion decision contained in the letter of the Ministry of Commerce, as well as the opinion of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives as well as the opinion of the advisers' body in his office on canceling the decision to prevent the entry of damaged wheels, a move that broke all suspicions of the government that is supposed to not make Iraq an environment Attractive to scrap, damaged, and flooded cars.
They pointed out that "Iraq is not a country like poor countries, as it is a rich country and contains a lot of financial and economic resources that qualify it to be in the ranks of the great countries."
The speakers also stressed that "the issue of importing damaged cars has an economic, social, political and educational impact on the Iraqis, as the number of cars operating in cities and their impact on the environment and the movement of people and the intersection of security measures with traffic momentum and bottlenecks due to the narrow streets and the absence of bridges in the squares and intersections in the streets." Ends 29