[size=36]The Government Program Committee presents its report to Parliament today ... and this is the most important thing it contained[/size]
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, member of the committee, Muhammad Shaya Al-Sudani, confirmed on Thursday that the government parliament committee will present its report today at the cabinet presentation session, which has sent a copy of it to the Prime Minister-designate.
Al-Sudani said, “The committee formed by order of parliament, chaired by the first deputy speaker of parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi, and with the membership of deputies from the committee overseeing the government's program and strategic planning in the council, discussed the main axes of the ministerial curriculum that comes within the constitutional merit of the new government.”
Al-Sudani said that "the curriculum included general lines for the Prime Minister-designate of the government, provided that a detailed program is prepared after the start of the work of the new government," noting that "the committee established a number of observations and discussed the axes and items that were mentioned in the ministerial curriculum."
Al-Sudani pointed out that "the parties participating in the meeting stressed that the tasks of the government are clear as they are governed by priorities in the forefront of establishing security and stability and completing the electoral process requirements from financial allocations and logistical and technical matters to the Electoral Commission to pave the way for setting a fixed date for the holding of early elections." Noting that "the committee will present Her report at the cabinet presentation session today, Thursday, was sent to the Prime Minister-designate.
Al-Sudani continued, “The committee stressed the importance of preparing for the conduct of the electoral process and the necessity to include in the item the required financial allocations and technical procedures, in addition to an explicit and clear definition of the date of early elections.” He pointed out that “the committee indicated a conflict with the constitution and the law regarding the appointment of an executive adviser and an agent specialized in Ministries. "
Al-Sudani pointed out that "the committee diagnosed in its observations the necessity for the government to take clear measures to restore the prestige of the state, confine arms, support the security and stability of the citizen and the country, and send a message of reassurance to the citizen to participate in the early electoral process." Ambitious plans, while the committee added its observations on providing job opportunities, operating manpower and supporting national industries. "
Al-Sudani stressed "the necessity for the government curriculum to include a clear vision of how to deal with the Kurdistan region, especially with regard to oil," noting that "one of the main points was the demands of the demonstrators, and the committee decided to open a dialogue to communicate with them and stand up to their demands and implement them quickly." Ended 29 / s