April 10 2018 7:54 PM
The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday under the chairmanship of the President of the Council, Haidar Al-Abadi, and voted on a number of resolutions including the launching of the conditional conditional payment program in the Sadr City area, in addition to the opening of an honorary consulate in the province of Najaf.
A statement by the Prime Minister's Media Office said that "a vote was taken to launch the conditional conditional payment program in Sadr City (2) where the conditional cash benefits provided for in Article 8 / II of the Social Protection Law No. 11 of 2014 on a trial basis for two years) ".
The statement added that "the Council voted to open an honorary consulate of the Republic of Hungary in the province of Najaf," while the vote on the tender design and establishment of banks of isolation 3.4.5 in the field of Gharraf oil companies of Dhi Qar and Malaysia's Batronas. "
He added that "Based on Animal Health Law No. 32 of 2013, the Council decided to pay the compensation of projects infected with bird flu from the special account of the Supreme Committee for Avian Influenza canceled and the transfer of funds to the Ministry of Agriculture and conduct according to the controls."
The statement pointed out that "the meeting reviewed the current water situation and water revenues for this year after the completion of the winter plan, where the irrigated areas amounted to 406 million acres compared to the plan 4 million and discuss the procedures of securing drinking water and agriculture for the upcoming summer season."
He pointed out that "the Committee raised the problem in Baghdad and the provinces competent to follow the requests of citizens recommendations and was approved by the Prime Minister and the implementation of sewage projects that cause great problems for citizens, especially in the areas of Fadhilah and Nahrawan and seven wells and Husseiniya and Diyala bridge and laboratories and other areas.
The Council decided that the Ministries of Health, Finance and Higher Education, in coordination with the Economic Reform Unit of the Prime Minister's Office, would review the numbers of those covered by the central distribution of medical and health personnel. The report should be submitted to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers for submission to the Council of Ministers.
The Council of Ministers stated that "its commitment to secure adequate housing conditions for our people, and that the right of citizens to obtain land or housing units is governed by laws and decisions in force to stop the sale or allocation of land or state-owned housing units in all ministries, To be decided after the elections, to ensure justice and fairness, and applies to all cases that took place as of 2/1/2018.
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