[size=36]Popular questions: Why Iraq drowned damaged damaged cars?[/size]
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, Iraqi citizens called on government agencies to investigate the negative effects of damaged incoming cars.
A group of citizens said in a joint interview that "in order to know the reality of the problem of American and Gulf incoming cars, it is necessary to pass on officials and an economic authority that possesses information on the amounts spent on import."
They pointed out that "there are cars that are imported and they are used and an accident has occurred, usually the issue is negative with all measurements and adversely affects the economic, social and environmental reality, as the import takes place from all countries of the world and the opinion of the Ministry of Environment must be taken and what is the impact of the traffic chaos on that."
Citizens pointed out that "the cars whose accidents happen are many and exciting because of the lack of laws limiting this phenomenon. They said that" importing cars is largely above the capacity of the streets of our country, and this is because of the greed of those involved in the import process, especially since the municipalities and roads are not interested in developing and maintaining the streets and work Tunnels and bridges in important intersections, especially in Baghdad neighborhoods and districts.
Citizens asked by saying: "Who is the one who benefits from deals to import cars from merchants and commission holders ... etc. Knowing that in Europe there are many cars that are much more than our countries, but their streets and traffic systems are appropriate and adaptable. There is no treatment in our country except by improving services in a complete manner and organizing roads and traffic." As well as the amount of import and the quality of cars in proportion to the need of the country. "Ended 29