[size=36]Barzani instructs his ministers to prepare a draft in 15 days to implement the reform law[/size]
Political | 02:32 - 12/02/2020
Baghdad - Mawazine News,
The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region Council, Masroor Barzani, instructed the ministers to prepare a draft in 15 days that includes proposals for a platform and steps to implement the reform law.
A statement of the Kurdistan government, Mawazine News, received a copy of, "The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held, today, its regular session headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani."
He added, "In the meeting attended by the heads of the Financial Supervision Bureau and the Integrity and Public Prosecution Authority, the Prime Minister stressed the importance of implementing the Reform Law No. (2) of 2020."
The Prime Minister said, "The reform process is the requirement of all citizens of the Kurdistan region and all parties, and for this we ask the parties, political parties and all concerned parties to work in a practical manner in support of law enforcement and away from political auctions."
He stressed that "the reform process will continue and will include all sectors," adding: "We are working, within the framework of administrative and financial reform, to organize and unify the revenues of the Kurdistan region, including oil and gas imports, so that they are transparent and clear in accordance with the program of work for the ninth ministerial formation."
The Prime Minister instructed the ministers to prepare a draft in 15 days containing proposals on the curriculum and steps for implementing the reform law, so that they can be finalized before they are put into effect as soon as possible.
The statement pointed out that "it was decided in the meeting to form a supreme committee headed by the Prime Minister and the membership of the Deputy Prime Minister and the competent ministers to follow up the mechanism for implementing the reform law in the Kurdistan region."
And he stated, “The Cabinet stressed the importance of the role of financial monitoring institutions and the Integrity and Public Prosecution Authority in monitoring and following up on the implementation of the aforementioned law.” End 29 / A 43