The Government Curriculum Study Committee records notes on some of the items that were mentioned in the Allawi Ministerial Curriculum
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The Government Curriculum Study Committee announced, on Wednesday, the establishment of observations on some of the items that were mentioned in the curriculum of the government of Prime Minister-designate Muhammad Tawfiq Allawi.
Member of the Committee, Muhammad Shi'a Al-Sudani, said in a statement received / information / that “the Ministerial Curriculum Study Committee will hold a second meeting tomorrow to complete the government program report and send two copies to the House of Representatives to vote on it in the session of giving confidence tomorrow, Thursday.”
He added that "the committee has made a number of observations on some of the items that were mentioned in the ministerial curriculum, while stressing security and stability in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
and completing the requirements of the electoral process, including logistical matters and financial allocations for early elections."
He pointed out that "the committee is studying the government curriculum professionally, away from any political backgrounds, and has avoided any interactions."
He pointed out that "the government curriculum of the president-designate included general guidelines, while a detailed program will be prepared after granting confidence and directing the ministers."
And the government curriculum committee held yesterday, Tuesday, its first meeting to discuss the ministerial curriculum prepared by the government tasked with giving it confidence during an extraordinary session to be held by the House of Representatives tomorrow, Thursday. 25 h has ended