The ministry will adopt the style of field research for new beneficiaries and the granting of subsidy to those who are below the poverty line in Baghdad and the provinces.
BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, on Tuesday, from reaching the number covered by the subsidies of social protection network of four million citizens after the decision of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi doubling their numbers.
The media ministry spokesman Amar Menem in an interview with the local media and I followed 'Obelisk', the 'Minister of Labor Mohammad Xiaa Sudanese instructed to prepare an inventory of subsidies beneficiaries of social protection network of families in Baghdad and the provinces'.
He revealed 'access to prepare the total recorded them within the ministry database to nearly four million after the inclusion of more than 450 thousand individuals and families within the increase approved by the ministry's board by 50 percent and the $ 650 billion dinars allocated for the network, which was up trillion and 350 billion budget dinars, pointing out that this increase will bring an increase in the budget allocated to the network for up to two trillion dinars'.
He added that 'the ministry will start early next year receive comprehensive requests for classes due in Baghdad and the provinces', noting that' the ministry can not direct during the remaining two months of this year, out of inclusiveness to the fact that the measure of advanced preparation and processing of the central committees and sub required to accommodate the large numbers that will be coverage Add to equip competent medical committees to hold interviews with citizens'.
Menem pointed out that 'all of the above called on the ministry to open the door of inclusiveness early next year to enable them to include the largest number of beneficiaries in accordance with the regulations and conditions and instructions prepared by it'.
Between Menem and that 'the ministry will adopt the style of field research for new beneficiaries and the granting of subsidy to those who are below the poverty line in Baghdad and the provinces', pointing out that 'the ministry embarked on the launch of the salaries of thousands of detainees who did not make a precautionary statements'.
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