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    Parliamentary Finance accuses corrupt parties of obstructing the automation of border crossings

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    Post by Rocky Mon 11 Mar 2024, 6:56 am

    [rtl]Parliamentary Finance accuses corrupt parties of obstructing the automation of border crossings[/rtl]

    Economy  ,  03/11/2024 10:46  Number of readings: 135 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq Today:

    The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed its support for the process of implementing the new automation system “ASYCUDA” at border crossings and customs, stressing that this project will eliminate the state of corruption and waste of money. The Parliamentary Finance talk comes in conjunction with complaints raised by customs brokers about the presence of technical problems. Facing the electronic system.[/rtl]

    [rtl]Committee member, Mustafa Al-Karaawi, said in a press interview, “The Iraqi government is moving toward automating ports, customs, and all vital institutions, with the necessity of providing the necessary infrastructure for the success of the automation project,” pointing out that “implementing the automation system also requires training courses for those working on the system in particular.” At the ports and customs, by preparing and strengthening the servers, in addition to taking all the logistical requirements to successfully implement the electronic system.”[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added, “Some investors do not want the electronic system to succeed, given that implementing automation in its new system will result in a state of strict monitoring of accounting and financial operations, which will limit or reduce blackmail and corruption operations,” noting that “The Finance Committee supports the decision.” The government has decided to move towards an electronic automation system.[/rtl]
    [rtl]Minister of Finance, Taif Sami, confirmed the continuation of efforts and capabilities to implement the recommendations of the Council of Ministers within the framework of the government program to develop financial and banking performance, and to move towards automation, digital transformation, and the use of modern electronic systems to ensure the advancement of the work reality to provide the best services to citizens.[/rtl]
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