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    Transportation amended contract "Baghdad taxi" to "prevent the exploitation of" citizens'

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    Post by Rocky Thu 08 Sep 2016, 3:50 am

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    Transportation amended contract "Baghdad taxi" to "prevent the exploitation of" citizens'


     Baghdad / long-Presse 

    The Ministry of Transport, its agreement with the company (Baghdad taxi) to amend thecontract signed with them to transport passengers from Baghdad International Airport to it, to "prevent the exploitation of " citizens, as pointed out that this includes reducing thefreight and the allocation of free cars to transport the sick and the wounded, the elderly and people with needs own. 

    this came during chairing transport Minister Kazem cup erythema, an expanded meeting with a representative of the company (Baghdad taxi) in the presence of the Inspector General of the Ministry, Caesar Ahmed, the director of the legal department and assistant general manager of travelers and delegations transport, Abdul Azim Abdul Kahar, to discuss ways of "scaling up services provided to passengers and to facilitate their movement in and out of Baghdad international Airport , the most convenient ways , "according to a ministry statement received (long - Presse) a copy of it. 
    he said Kazem cup erythema," the meeting resulted in several resolutions and amendments to the contract with the company previously , "noting that" the ones reduce transport fares from ten to five thousand dinars, and not taxis exceeding 15 thousand dinars in the event filled the car. " 
    he added erythema, that" has been the allocation of free cars to transport the sick and the wounded, theelderly and people with special needs ", calling for the need to " assign workers to carry bags and handling and from the taxi without any fatigue for the traveler. " 
    The Minister of transport, said : " The Ministry of transport does not stand in the investor does not want toharm the personal interests, but they do not allow anyone to exploit the Iraqi citizen , the conditions in his favor, "pointing out that" The ministry sees the end national oblige everyone to provide the best services and the most basic facilities to the citizens. " 
    he recommended erythema, that" the drafting of the contract signed with Baghdad taxi returned to add aseries of amendments which are in favor of the citizen. " 
    it was the former transport minister, Bayan Jabr, said in ( the 28th of August 2015), the opening of theproject (Baghdad taxi), indicating that the project , which includes more than 500 taxi shares in the operation of 600 unemployed, while officials in the project said they adopted online reservation system to prevent the"blackmail" of citizens. It is 
    noteworthy that travelers through airport Baghdad international, are suffering badly from the exploitation of the taxi owners, poor services provided to them.
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