Khodrocar_ Ever since Minister Sattam announced that by the end of the year 99 state-owned cars will be handed over, a wave of must-do's and challenges have emerged. Many experts argue that no one disagrees with the principle because governments have never been successful business owners.
In this regard, Hassan Karimi Sanjari points out: In principle, governments in developed countries, rather than corporation and corporation policy, are actually guiding governments, and if industry is too important to the country's macroeconomics then they are also supporting, but One that drives the path of a particular industry towards development and profitability, but in Iran, not only has government support for the automobile industry not been affected, but the harmful interventions that have appeared to support it have led the country to the wrong path. .
According to the automotive expert, in the current situation where the Iranian automobile industry cannot engage internationally because of the boycott, the transfer of government shares to the private sector is not recommended as there is essentially no successful private sector in the current situation in the automotive sector. The private sector is not capable of steering the helm of these two major car companies in the current political environment, so it is better for the government to think more deeply.
But if the government is serious about this, what preconditions must be given for the transfer of government shares to car companies.
In this regard, Seyyed Hamideh Zarabadi, a member of the Parliamentary Committee on Industries and Mines, said: "There is a concern that the process of transferring government stock in Iran Khodro and Saipa will be carried out so that these shares will eventually fall out of government and in the guise of pseudo-governments. Or the same things. "
"It seems that the only way to prevent this from happening is to publish the names of the Iranian and Saipa and Saipa shareholders and to disclose the names of the applicants to buy the rest of the government shares in the two cars," he said.
"The history of state-owned companies subject to Article 4 of the Constitution does not show good experience. Some state-owned companies are left with no name after being handed over," said a member of the House Industries and Mines Commission. Because their transfer was non-transparent and buyers' qualifications were of little importance to the transferors. "Now there is a fear that this will happen once again for government shares in listed companies, including automakers."
this member of the Parliamentary Committee on Industries and Mines considers the serious involvement of the judiciary and oversight bodies in the process of transferring government shares to automobile companies and other companies on the eve of the transfer, and notes that the process of divestitures has been done in the past. What does the judiciary have to do with this situation because prior to the concessions, the oversight bodies were allowed to monitor and be held accountable for being state-owned, but after the concessions, they were out of control over the expropriation of government property. There is a need for a solution.