TEHRAN – Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam-Hossein Shafeie has known as on the parliament (Majlis) to oversee the right implementation of present laws slightly than passing on new guidelines, the ICCIMA portal reported on Monday.
Talking at a gathering of the board members of Mashhad Chamber of Commerce with the members of the parliament’s financial committee, Shafeie talked about the growing variety of new laws handed within the parliament, saying:” If this development continues, we’ll once more face the buildup of latest legal guidelines and laws within the nation; Subsequently, supervising the right implementation of the prevailing laws ought to take priority over the adoption of latest legal guidelines.”
“In one among his TV interviews, the speaker of the parliament said that the precedence of the MPs needs to be monitoring the implementation of the legislation, so we contemplate this challenge to be a precedence for the parliament as effectively,” Shafeie confused.
Noting that the issues within the nation’s financial system are basic, the ICCIMA head stated: “The tree of the nation’s financial system has been contaminated with a root-eating pest however we’re pruning its branches (by adapting new laws); this implies we’re solely involved concerning the look of the financial system whereas its issues are deeply rooted.”
Criticizing insurance policies that don’t have a look at the long-term advantages of the nation’s financial system, the top of the Iran Chamber famous: “Exceptions and laws are at present misplaced within the authorities and exceptions have turn out to be guidelines, that are very harmful, and we see the manifestation of this case within the multiplicity of selections or the efficiency of the manager our bodies.”
He additional emphasised the necessity to reform the banking system within the nation and pointed to the operational issues of banks, saying: “MPs in three phrases of parliament urged the federal government to submit a invoice to reform the banking system, however this was not executed and at last the parliament itself offered a plan on this regard.”
Photograph: ICCIMA Head Gholam-Hossein Shafeie (third R) at a gathering with members of parliament’s financial committee