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Post by claud39 on Mon Apr 22, 2019 12:13 pm

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Sunday 21 April 2019

Implementing an "advanced system" at border crossings Alsabaah-10769

Baghdad / Omar Abdul Latif

The government is moving towards implementing a sophisticated electronic system in the collection of customs tariffs that will prevent the rampant corruption at the border crossings and increase the financial revenues significantly, while the Committee of the Parliamentary Economy explained that this system is derived from one of the neighboring countries. The committee member Ali Saadoun al-Lami said: "The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has expressed its readiness to implement an electronic system for all types of government collection such as electricity, water and taxes, including customs, this came during the meetings of the Iraqi-Jordanian economic forum in the capital Amman," noting that "this system contains cards are prepaid "He added that" officials in Amman have suggested to the Iraqi side to implement this program and circulate it to the departments and train employees to use it. "He said that" it will fight corruption, save time and effort, and prevent employees with weak souls from blackmailing citizens. " He pointed out that «the Committee is keen to implement the system as soon as possible, as it does not cost the state anything but computers and staff well trained on its management, expressing« fear of attempts by corrupters to delay the work of this system and put obstacles to the bodies responsible for its implementation »For his part, Committee member Falah Abdel-Karim Radi: «The former Prime Minister Haider Abadi had announced that all the border crossings, including the Kurdistan region for investment by companies» He told Radi »morning»: «The investment plan for those outlets include rehabilitation, and linked to the central system Electronic control of materials entering Iraq The extent of its powers for human consumption, in addition to meet the wages of customs duties by the government, and it reinforced according to existing materials in each container ».

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