Parliamentary education reveals the reasons for the delayed launch of appointments in Baghdad
The Parliamentary Education Committee revealed on Thursday the reasons for the delay in the launching of grades for the educational sector in Baghdad, pointing to the existence of inconsistencies in the instructions between the Council of the province and the Council of Ministers, forcing the Council of Ministers to intervene to resolve the subject.
The committee member Qusai Mohsen said in a statement that "the directorates of education conducted its first experience in the appointments after the transfer of powers to the provincial councils, after the appointments of the powers of the Ministry of Education, and therefore many of the problems occurred in the process of raising grades.
Mohsen added that "a lot of inconsistencies occurred in the instructions issued by the provincial council and the Council of Ministers, which adversely affected the work of directorates and the results of appointments, which negatively affected the mechanism of appointment."
He explained that "the Council of Ministers intervened in the mechanism of granting appointments and found that many of the names received contrary to the controls and instructions"
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