According to digital currency reports and to Quoted From now on, according to the plan, the consideration of which is currently on the agenda of the parliament, the executive bodies and ministries are obliged to provide conditions within three months after the finalization and notification of this plan so that each platform implements and implements technical conditions. By any of the ministries to be able to operate without the need for a new license.
According to the forecasts made in this plan, each of the platforms and activists of cyberspace businesses are allowed to operate only by obtaining a license under the law of the country’s trade union system, observing the announced technical requirements. In this plan, it is emphasized that the obligation to obtain and issue an activity license is not in addition to obtaining a license, and the issuance of a license by the executive bodies is prohibited for any of the active platforms.
According to the plan, which the delegates agreed to review today (April 6) as a matter of priority, ministries and executive bodies should prioritize their resources and authority by using the capacity of knowledge-based companies and technology units located in growth centers and science and technology parks to complete and Develop the mentioned value chains and facilitate investment, as well as upgrade the technological and production capabilities of strategic items in the country and develop their exports.
Seyed Mohsen Dehnavi, the representative of Tehran, as the representative of the applicants to review the priority of this plan, said in today’s meeting:
This plan has also been considered in the sub-committees and the economic commission of the parliament. More than a hundred cases of obstacles and problems facing manufacturing companies and knowledge-based companies have been identified, and legal materials have been provided in this plan to remove these obstacles.
Both executive bodies and knowledge-based companies were present in all the review sessions of this plan. The previous law to protect new businesses was in 1989, and today we need a new law.
According to Dehnavi, the prepared plan also envisages solving insurance problems, companies’ tax problems, and export-related problems.
As envisaged in this plan, the text of several laws will be changed. One of these laws is paragraph (h) of Article (1) of the Law on Customs Affairs approved in 2011, which reads the text of the “Guarantee Fund of Support Funds, Export Guarantee and Non-Governmental Research and Technology established or to be established by law or legal license” to “Bank Guarantee”. ” it will be added.
Pursuant to paragraph (h) of Article (1) of the Customs Law approved in 1990, a guarantee means cash, a bank guarantee and a valid insurance policy that is deposited with the customs to implement the requirements set out in the customs regulations.
According to this plan, the executive bodies subject to Article (5) of the Civil Service Management Law, banks and credit financial institutions, companies and affiliated institutions and non-governmental organizations, are allowed to provide credit guarantees and guarantees related to the referral process, purchase of goods and Machinery, contractual transactions, fulfillment of obligations, advance payment and good performance of work, guarantees issued by the Innovation and Prosperity Fund and non-governmental funds of research and technology, subject to Article (44) of the Law on Removing Barriers to Competitive Production and Improving the Financial System approved in 2015.
Following the meeting in the open court of the parliament, Ahmad Denyamali, the representative of Bandar Anzali, said in opposition to considering the priority of this plan:
We have bitter experience in implementing the Supreme Leader’s menus regarding the nominations of the year. At the beginning of each year, special attention is paid to these designations. Because their menus are rulings and all elements of the country are obliged to execute this ruling.
According to him, however, officials and representatives in this field are not going to speak alone; Rather, speech must be accompanied by action. He said:
Our biggest problem is that we name the first six months of the year; But we have problems in implementation.
I believe that if we want to prevent this, it must be on the agenda of all commissions. If you set up a special commission to do this, it will not be able to remove barriers to production and dismantle.
Denyamali suggested that all commissions be required to form a special committee on the issue so that each committee could implement the Supreme Leader’s menus based on its area of work.
Ruhollah Motafkarazad, a representative of Tabriz, but agreeing with the priority review of this plan in the parliament, pointed out that the law on knowledge-based companies was approved in 1989 and the existence of this law has made it possible to reach five thousand knowledge-based companies in the country.
We currently have about 14 million young educated manpower in the country. If we do not use this capacity, it becomes a threat. About 600 million people in the 15 countries around us, plus the population of our own country, are the consumer market for knowledge-based products. These cases represent opportunities and capacities for the country.
According to the free thinker, this plan has been reviewed in parliamentary committees for months and has reached a desirable point, and it is not an emotional plan and has been seriously considered at that time.
He stressed that the preparation and approval of such a plan will lead the country to new frontiers of production and employment, because it is not only about knowledge-based companies, but also includes barriers to licensing and customs and insurance and facilities of all companies and manufacturing plants.
After the agreement of the members of parliament, Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, the speaker of the parliament, announced that according to the regulations, the generals of this plan will be on the agenda of the court soon; But since there are many proposals for this plan, the plan will be returned to the commission and will be reviewed in two councils.
Also, according to what is stated in this plan, the import of production line machinery by authorized production, industrial and mining units is subject to the payment of import duties. The government is also obliged to impose import tariffs on machinery and equipment in proportion to the country’s production capacity and in order to provide targeted and long-term support for domestic production. After the approval of this plan, the Vice President for Science and Technology will be added as a permanent member to the members of the facilitation and removal of production barriers staff.
In another part of this plan, each of the Ministries of Roads and Urban Development, Islamic Culture and Guidance, Health, Treatment and Medical Education, Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, the country, the Central Bank and other executive bodies subject to Article (5) of the Civil Service Law Related to the classes subject to the note of Article (2) of the Trade Union System Law approved in 1982, in cases where there are legal responsibilities, the technical requirements governing the activities of cyberspace and online businesses (platforms) related to their field of activity are required within three months of The date of entry into force of this law and taking into account the special characteristics of these businesses and without issuing a new license in cooperation with the Vice President for Science and Technology, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade and notify relevant institutions and agencies.
Trade union persons active in cyberspace and online businesses (platform) who have received a license under the Trade Union System Law, have been notified in compliance with the technical requirements and are allowed to operate under the supervision of the Trade Union System Law approved on March 15, 2003. They are prohibited from obtaining and issuing licenses for activities in excess of the business license by the executive bodies.
The executive bodies subject to Article (5) of the Civil Service Management Law are also allowed to provide their property, land and buildings for the establishment of companies and institutions of knowledge, science and technology parks, innovation centers of the Islamic Azad University and creative units, without transfer of ownership. . The executive by-law of this section shall be prepared by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance within three months from the date of notification of this law and shall be approved by the Cabinet. Science and technology parks can also be subject to the benefits and powers of Article 7 and Article 15 of the Law on the Establishment and Administration of Special Economic Zones of the Islamic Republic, approved by 84, with the approval of their Board of Trustees.
Pursuant to Article 7 of the Law on the Establishment and Administration of Special Economic Zones of the Islamic Republic, the issuance of licenses for economic, development, construction and cultural activities, education and services in accordance with government policies and regulations and within the framework of a comprehensive and physical plan approved by each region .
According to Article 15 of this law, the State Property and Deeds Registration Organization is obliged to withdraw from the participation of their domestic or foreign shares as well as the representative offices of companies or branches of companies intending to operate in the region at the request of the regional organization and in accordance with regulations. Register the material and intellectual property in the area. Real estate located in the region should be separated according to the opinion of the regional organization and the issuance of relevant ownership documents in accordance with the current laws of the country.
According to another part of the plan, governors across the country, in cooperation with provincial science and technology parks, are required to increase their provincial resources and authority by prioritizing innovative activities and identifying and solving indigenous issues using knowledge-based companies and technology units located in growth centers. And operate science and technology parks and innovative businesses in the province. The Vice President for Science and Technology is responsible for following up on the implementation of this law and must submit a report to the Parliamentary Education Commission every six months.