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    Governorates call for activating the "decentralization" and the distribution of wealth fairly

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    Post by Rocky Mon 26 Aug 2019, 3:00 am






    Governorates call for activating the "decentralization" and the distribution of wealth fairly
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    Local councils in 15 governorates called during a consultative meeting of their local councils in Karbala to activate administrative decentralization, equitable distribution of wealth and conducting the census on time. Chairman of Karbala Provincial Council Ali al-Maliki told Al-Sabah that Karbala hosted the first conference of the provincial councils with the participation of 15 governorates except the governorates of the Kurdistan Region.Turhan Mufti, a member of the Council of Representatives Mahmoud al-Kaabi, Karbala Governor Nassif al-Khattabi and representatives of the provincial councils attended the conference. 

    He added that the conference, which was held under the slogan (future vision for the management of the provinces and their constitutional rights) aims to discuss ways that lead to the development of the provinces and the provision of services as well as to discuss the obstacles facing the administrative work in these provinces and ways to solve them.

    Al-Maliki pointed out that the conference came up with eight important and pivotal points that generally represent the demands of the provinces. First, everyone is following with concern the explosions that targeted the weapons stores belonging to the security forces and the Popular Mobilization, including in Baghdad and the base of Balad, and the participants are waiting for the government to announce the results of the investigations after the matter became dangerous. It affects the sovereignty of the State and that the responsibility for the security and safety of the country is vested in all the people. He pointed out that the second point was to demand the government to adhere to the constitutional articles that concern the provinces are not organized in the region of 109, 111, 112, 115, 116, 122 and 124 and redraw the state policy in such a way that ensures the fair distribution of federal financial imports between the provinces are not organized in the Kurdistan region as the mechanism followed in the Kurdistan region And the application of Article 44 of the Law of Provincial Councils (Local Revenues).

    He pointed out that the third point included compliance with legal legislation in Law No. 21 of 2008 on rights and civil service, as in Article 18 as amended in the amendment No. 15 of 2010 of Law No. 21.

    Al-Maliki said that the fourth point called for the formation of a committee to follow up the implementation of the decisions of the conference in coordination with the Committee of Regions and Governorates in Parliament and the Higher Commission for Coordination between the provinces, and called for the fifth point to conduct a census as soon as to be the real guarantee of justice in the allocations and rights of all provinces. 

    On the sixth point, al-Maliki said it called for activating the role of the Iraqi Coordinating Organization for local government administratively and financially, and the recommendations in the seventh point on the right to institute a lawsuit to cancel the amendments, including the recent amendment to the law of provincial elections, while the eighth point included the importance of moving forward to devote administrative decentralization in The Constitution, which concerns the local government and its powers and the preservation of what has been achieved.



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