According to rahnam news agency, Malik Shariati Niaser, a member of the Energy Commission of Majal Mozor, appeared on the “Economic Table” program and stated that justice is the infrastructure and basic foundation of the Islamic Republic of Iran and said: “Fortunately, in many cases, the previous trends have been corrected, but in the field of Energy carriers are still facing the category of injustice in the distribution of subsidies. About four years ago, statistics indicated that based on the need of Iranian households for energy subsidies and the extent of their benefit from these subsidies, the ratio of low-income and high-income deciles was approximately 1:30.
He added: The 11th parliament and the government implemented the gradual increase system in the field of electricity and gas and to some extent reduced this process of injustice because the general public uses electricity and gas and a pattern for consumption can be defined for it. .
A member of the Energy Commission of the Islamic Council, stating that about 50% of Iranian households do not have a car, said: This plan is not about increasing the price of gasoline, but according to this plan, the current trend of the distribution system is supposed to change, in such a way that instead of supplying gasoline to cars To be allocated to households based on a pattern.
Shariati Niaser stated: Based on the number of members in a household, the gasoline quota is allocated to the head of the household. In this plan, the government should be the regulator and should not set the price. Households that do not own cars can sell their excess gasoline in the exchange market to people who demand more consumption at a higher price.
Ali Nusrat Sarumili, Executive Vice President of Smart Fuel System, said: The Ministry of Oil basically agrees with the justice aspect of this plan, but from the point of view of technical implementation, other beneficiaries and trustees, such as the Ministry of Welfare, regulatory and security organizations, etc. It is in charge of verifying the infrastructure.
Abdur Rahman Kishori, deputy energy of the non-operational defense organization, said: Considering the importance of fueling and the extent of this project, the security of infrastructure and systems must be ensured to provide better services to the people, and this work is on the agenda.
He stated: So far, the defense annex for the implementation of this plan has not been submitted to the inactive defense organization.
Morteza Zamanian, an energy expert, stated that the trial implementation of this project in Kish was successfully completed and said: The technical infrastructure of this project, i.e., the ability to allocate fuel on the national card, has been fully implemented and we have no problem in this regard.
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