Council of Ministers gives social welfare families 100 thousand dinars and sets the date of elections
17:13 - 21/05/2019
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The Council of Ministers decided on Tuesday to grant "Eid" 100 thousand dinars for social welfare salaries, while setting the date for holding elections to the next provincial councils.
"The Council of Ministers decided in the meeting today to approve the priorities of the draft conventions and recommend to the Iraqi Council of Representatives on the further legislation of draft laws on the conventions number (26)," the Office of the President of the Council said in a statement received.
The Council decided, according to the statement, "to amend the Council of Ministers' Resolutions (287) for the year 2015 and (2) for the year 2017 on the authority of renting kiosks for people with special needs", while approving "the decisions of the Ministerial Council on Energy taken at the 18th meeting, (EFP10-10200) between LEIGHTON OFFSHORE and Basra Oil Company.
The Council of Ministers voted on the statement, "to determine the date of the provincial elections after the completion of the work of the Independent High Electoral Commission and the Council of Representatives," while decided to "withdraw the hand of the staff referred to the judiciary one or more."
The Council of Ministers authorized "the Minister of Education to deal with emergency matters related to the students' time and needs" and voted "to grant the families covered by the Social Protection Law an amount of 100,000 dinars per family."
The council decided, according to the statement, "to include the students of the College of Industrial Management of oil and gas channel El-Elite."
"The Cabinet approved the donation of 6 ambulances from the Najaf Health Department to the holy upper threshold, in addition to approving the replacement of the old vehicles used in our embassies abroad."
He noted that "the Council voted to exempt the German loan projects from the fees to protect the local product." Finished 25 s