Council of Ministers takes a number of decisions
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Shafaq News / The Iraqi cabinet held on Tuesday its regular session chaired by Prime Minister Haider Abadi.
The Council voted to amend Resolution No. 11 of 2015 on the draft border control agreement and intelligence cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Iraq and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
A vote was taken on the restructuring of the committee to consider the records of appreciation and valuation, which is composed of ministries and entities not affiliated with the Ministry on the sale of state-owned housing units.
The Board also voted on the evaluation of institutional performance.
The vote on the proposed law to amend the law of the Independent High Electoral Commission No. 11 of 2007.
During the meeting, the needs and services of the residential areas in Baghdad and the governorates were presented and the necessary measures were taken on them as follows:
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[*]An operations room has been formed in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers from the ministries and related bodies to follow up the basic service needs in Baghdad and the governorates and implement them with the national effort in the ministries and local governments.
[*]The directorates of planning in the governorates and the Ministry of Planning follow up those needs and submit their reports and authorize the operations room the necessary powers to carry out its tasks.
[*]The Ministry of Finance shall provide funding to cover the required expenses.
As for the province of Basra and attention to projects within and within what was discussed during the visit of the Prime Minister to the province has obtained the approval of the Economic Commission to follow up the implementation of work in the project pipes Qibla stopped several years and continue to follow up the implementation of the rest of the projects, and the draft Zubair streams, Continuing to reclassify the contractor.
The Council of Ministers continued the process of supporting stability in the liberated areas and ensuring the voluntary return of families, stressing that the return would be voluntary. The Council of Ministers warned any party to compel any citizen or family to return, stressing that the government's duty is to facilitate the return of displaced persons and provide services.