The Cabinet votes on the employee's lending controls to work in the private sector
20:46 - 09/04/2019
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Information / Baghdad
The Cabinet voted on Tuesday for a number of important decisions including voting on the employee's lending controls for the private sector and other decisions related to the Moyneh card and the port of Faw.
The Council of Ministers held its ordinary session under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and decided to amend the instructions to implement the work in the manner of implementation Secretariat No. (1) for the year 2018, the Council also approved the controls of secondment of the employee to work in the private sector, "the media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement received by" .
He added that "the Council of Ministers voted to re-introduce the subject of investment in the port of Faw Al-Kabeer again to the Council of Ministers, and the Council of Ministers to open a consulate of Filipinos to Iraq in the province of Arbil, and the opening of a general consulate Saudi to Iraq in the province of Najaf in exchange for the opening of an Iraqi consulate in the city Saudi Consulate General of the Republic of Iraq in Toronto, Canada, and the establishment of the Office of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) in Nineveh province.
He explained that "the Council approved the recommendation of the Supreme Committee for the reform of the ration card system on the wounded and disabled with health, and those referred to retirement for health reasons, and also witnessed the vote on improving the business environment and investment on the mechanism of granting features of entry to investors and foreign workers in investment projects / Commercial / one-stop shop in investment / land and infrastructure agencies. "
He confirmed that "the Council of Ministers approved the recommendations of the Committee formed under the Council of Ministers Resolution No. (23) for the year 2019 on auditing statements submitted by the Ministry of Agriculture, and the procedures used to compensate for damage caused by bird flu."End 25 n