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The Council of Ministers holds its regular session chaired by Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi

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The Council of Ministers holds its regular session chaired by Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi

30 - January - 2018


The Council of Ministers held its regular session Tuesday, 30 January 2018 under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi.
The Council voted to amend Cabinet Resolution No. 423 of 2017 regarding the approval of the text of the working paper for the World Bank loan.
It was the vote on the first draft amendment to the Law of the Integrity Commission No. 30 Law of 2011.
He discussed the Council of Ministers to provide the right environment for the elections and resolve the problems outstanding funding of the Independent High Electoral Commission by the lack of approval of the financial budget, the Council voted to provide financial allocations requested.
It was voted on to reduce the tariff rates of electricity units for domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural consumption based on the proposals of the committee formed according to the guidance of the Council of Ministers.
The Council also voted on the recommendations of the High Committee for Poverty Alleviation Policies.
The exemption of the imported materials for the purpose of the power plant was exempted from the protection fees of the local product.
And voted on the recommendations of the Committee Order Diwani No. 86 of 2017 on the adoption of the agricultural plan for the whole country, including the Kurdistan region.
The Council voted to amend Cabinet Resolution No. 102 of 2016 on the draft air transport agreement between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The draft legislation for the ratification of the 2014 Protocol supplementing the Forced Labor Convention No. 29 of 1930 was also
voted on. The Cabinet voted on the proposed law on the protection of teachers and teachers.
And approved the instructions to regulate the work of sea and air ports.
The Cabinet also voted to form an executive body for the Basra water project to work on contracting with a global consulting firm to prepare the designs and plans and then contract with a British company in light of the ability to compete and secure the project objectives that serve the people of Basra.


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