Specialists: the current session of Parliament did not succeed in passing important economic laws
parliamentarians specialized in regard to the current House of
representatives failed to pass economic laws, indicating that the
parliamentary session nearing completion and adoption of its laws was
Member of the Committee said oil and energy National
Alliance MP Furat Mohsen Al-Shara that "important economic laws on which
the country's economy as oil and gas law, most did not recognize
because of worsening political problems."
Shara said in an
interview for (range) "is not impossible to pass economic laws before
Parliament this session, but political differences have prevented the
adoption of important laws such as the infrastructure and oil and gas
law and national oil company as well as the Customs Tariff Act and the
communications and transportation that could alleviate these problems
among political blocs through dialogue to advance the work of the
Parliament and giving it a full legislative session.
that the adoption of laws under the 50% are low and do not meet the
ambition and if current differences without consensus, leading to its
For his part, attributed the integrity Commission member
independent Deputy Othman aljohaishy find important economic laws to
political blocs withdrew from meetings of the House of representatives.
said in a statement (range) that "laws need a two-thirds vote by
members of Parliament and the withdrawal of major blocs and is an
impediment to approval.
Aljohaishy revealed a deliberate blocks
and taking advantage of the confusion and political for failure to pass
economic laws in the country, pointing out that the success of the
current session to pass laws does not exceed 50% of the total assigned
laws. For his part rejected member of Parliament Faleh Amit description
failed in Parliament only as b (disabled).
Amit said in
connection with the (term), "we are talking about the highest
legislative institution in the country and my house was not a failure in
the legislation as it is disabled because of the reflection of
Amit said that "politicization of
important economic laws such as the law of infrastructure has led to a
lack of legislation giving a negative performance of the Iraqi Council
of representatives in regards to the economic laws that can serve the
Amit said that "the delivery of this session of the
Parliament of the legislation of economic laws that might serve the
country not exceeding 30% of its laws. While specialists in Economic
Affairs for the members of the House of representatives to the
Parliament in the performance of the service sector of the economy
exaggerated by the fact that the work done by their Parliament did not
The Economist said THAMER alhims Parliament paralyzed
in General so that more than 80% of the economic laws under the
Constitution was not approved until now.
He said in a statement
with alhims (range) there are more than 3,000 former Covenant law did
not replace so far as they are the main obstacles that prevent the
development and progress in the country.
"The political blocs busy bickering back and conflicts as well as their concern how their retirement law".
is hoped that this Parliament not any evolution in the economy or
development that Customs Tariff Act is paralyzed and the single window
for investment also paralyzed the Parliament was unable to provide the
economy what we said."
In the meantime the oil expert said Hamza
al-jawahiri oil gas law is Parliament's failure to approve so far is a
clear picture of the Parliament hadn't done anything possible to serve
the economic sector ".
The jeweller said in a telephone
conversation with (range) there are some laws passed they hinder
economic progress as refinery investment law passed by Parliament, so
the laws that have been passed by the Parliament of the need to support
the economy whether investment or investment by refineries is off for
development and investment for the economy and the evolution of the
He has said President of the Federation of Iraqi
businessmen willing consent of Ragheb that agricultural and industrial
projects are broken in the public and private sectors up to 90%, because
activating the economic laws that maintain the sustainability of the
economic activity, resulting in paralysis of the Iraqi economy to use
the laws of the former regime, is not commensurate with the opening
stage in Iraq.
Ragheb said on Al-Jazeera that modern conflicts of
interest and disagreements between politicians prevent activation of a
market economy to the laws passed by Parliament, which led to more than
4,000 disabled project, noting that us overseer Paul Bremer has
contributed to significantly disrupt the economy by allowing the
introduction of various types of goods to market without controls or
Ragheb stressed that the implementation of these
projects is through the adoption of the national development plan which
allocates funds from the budget for agriculture, industry and tourism,
of the Iraqi State is interested in the sectors of politics, security
and don't bother with the economy although nerve politics.
Economist said Bassem Jamil Anton in a press release that the project
implementation was delayed due to the absence of clear strategic plans,
work in the five-year plan for the advancement of the Iraqi economy, and
this needs strong laws and regulations legislated in Parliament, adding
that political reality is large conflicts reflected negatively on the
Antoine said that the current parliamentary session
futile in terms of the legislation of economic laws, and could not keep
pace with the growth of the country's economy because the quota tracking
economic legislation, in addition to the dimensions of the
professionals and qualified to exercise their role in economic activity.
The implementation of these projects in the sectors of
agriculture, industry, services and tourism would contribute to economic
development. The rate of interest in productive sectors other than oil
is very small, and that most projects are frozen or not, which was
reflected on the difficulty of achieving real economic growth.
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