Council of Ministers decided, on Monday, compensate citizens with 25 thousand dinars for the value of unprocessed food, confirming the formation of a committee headed by the governors and officials of the branches and the provincial Department of Commerce holds the distribution of the amounts allocated.
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in a statement received "Alsumaria News" copy, "The Council of Ministers decided to authorize the Commerce Department authority to distribute amounts compensatory food is distributed among citizens for the months prior to the very month of August 2013, according to the minutes prepared by the relevant committee in the ministry."
The statement added that "the amount of compensatory allocated for the share of each individual will be 19 thousand and 250 dinars share three articles, which included rice for two months, and sugar for seven months, the oil one month, with the addition of 5750 dinars to the amount mentioned to become the per capita share of 25 thousand dinars in compensation for material unprocessed" .
The statement pointed out that "it was allocated also the amount of 184 billion and 632 million and 835 thousand dinars for distribution among those with infants covered textured milk accordance with the rules and instructions," pointing out that "the decision also included the formation of a committee headed by governors and membership administrators branches of the Ministry of Commerce in the provinces distributes amounts allocated. "
It is noteworthy that the majority of Iraqis depend on the ration card in their daily lives since the start of the international embargo on Iraq in 1991 after its invasion of Kuwait, and includes ration per capita rice, flour, vegetable oil, sugar and powdered milk (for children) as has been canceled materials tea, washing powder, soap, and powdered milk (for adults), and Albaqulyat lentils, beans and chickpeas after it was distributed within the ration card items, with an estimated value of these materials per capita in the domestic market by about ten dollars without counting milk for children, while it is obtained by ration card in the amount of 250 dinars.
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