[size=36]Parliament intends to introduce amendments to the law transfer of powers to these considerations[/size]
[size=36]Political | 01:28 - 11/07/2019[/size]
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The parliamentary regions committee is seeking during the next legislative term to make amendments to the law transfer of powers for many considerations, including that the provinces "not ready" to accommodate the powers of 8 ministries at once, causing the delay of many projects.
"The transfer of powers is a very good subject and it leads to decentralized rule, since the ministry is the one who was monopolizing the powers, but unfortunately, this work has not been properly prepared," said the committee member, As'ad al-Morshedi. Does not absorb the powers of a ministry or two ministries, how, with the transfer of 8 ministries to the provinces. "
Abizaid: "As a result, there is a defect in the work of these institutions on the grounds that they were not trained and did not have experience, such as the experience of the staff of the ministry," noting that "the Commission intends after the completion of the provincial elections law will begin in the next legislative chapter on this subject."
He added, "The transfer of powers in a gradual and must be two ministries or 3 services in the beginning and then transfer the powers of other ministries, especially that the ministry and one of the powers and directorates, how about eight ministries."
Al-Morshedi said: "There are provinces transferred powers in an unorganized and unproductive, and the philosophy of the old government moved from the provinces of the dictatorship of the ministry to the dictatorship of the province."
He pointed out that "the law should mature and amend as it is today that the powers should not be transferred from the authority of the minister to the authority of the province, especially as the governor has authority (8 ministries) at once, but we see provinces that lack infrastructure and trained personnel," calling for the need to "Transition shall be gradual"