[size=36]Cabinet decisions in its regular session yesterday[/size]
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/ Mawazine News / published Wednesday, the decisions of the Council of Ministers in its regular session yesterday.
A statement of the council, Mawazine News, received a copy of, that "the cabinet held its regular session yesterday, via closed-circuit television, headed by the Deputy Prime Minister and Oil Minister Thamer Al-Ghadban."
He added, "The council discussed the health situation in the country and the economic effects of the curfew on citizens and ways to address and mitigate it."
The Council of Ministers decided the following: -
Postponing the payment of the sums of due installments for housing plots sold or leased to citizens in accordance with the Law of Selling and Renting State Funds No. (21) for the year 2013, from all government institutions, until the emergency condition ceases with the citizen being exempt from the late interest, For a period not exceeding 7/31/2020.
Exemption of commercial, industrial or other real estate tenants from the municipal institutions from the rental fees incurred by them for the duration of the emergency envelope.
Extending the term of payment of the fees (rent, flat or sale) for the final referral cases that coincided with the decision to impose a curfew for a period not exceeding (30) days after the expiry of the emergency.
Extending the payment period for the sale of housing plots sold to citizens in accordance with the provisions of Article (25 / Third) of the Law for Selling and Renting State Funds No. (21) for the year 2013, which the citizen was unable to pay during the legal period for reasons beyond his control within the governorates in which it was launched Demonstrations exclusively starting from 1/10/2019, for a period not exceeding (30) days after the emergency circumstance has disappeared, provided that this period does not exceed 31/7/2020.
Extending the payment period for residential lands sold to citizens in accordance with the provisions of the Law on Selling and Rent of State Funds No. (21) for the year 2013, which coincided with the approval and approval of selling them with the decision to impose a curfew, for a period not exceeding (30) days, after the removal of the emergency circumstance, Provided that this is for a period not exceeding 7/31/2020.
Exempting the occupants and tenants of commercial or industrial and other properties that belong to all municipal institutions or to others from paying cleaning services fees for the duration of the emergency envelope.
Authorize the Minister of Finance, the Minister of Construction, Housing, Municipalities, Public Works, the Secretary of Baghdad, and the heads of the endowment bureaus, each according to his specialty, to establish appropriate mechanisms to implement the above.
- The Council of Ministers decided to postpone the decision on the Al-Rashid camp land project previously to the next government.
The Cabinet also decided to adopt the interpretation of Article (3 / I) of the Border Authority Ports Law No. (30) for the year 2016, on border crossings body functions as follows:
Authority the authority of the border crossing points of control, supervision and control over the operating departments in the border port in order to achieve That is the issuance of orders and directives that ensure the smooth flow of border ports work, and those departments adhere to the directives and orders issued by the commission, except in the event of disagreement points, which are submitted to the Board of the Frontier Ports Authority for decision, based on the provisions of Articles (6 / First / B), (7) Sixth and 9th of the same law The obligation of all departments operating in the border outlets including banks, working for (24 hours) per day and to create ways so,
The role of the Border Outlets Authority (audit, supervisory, and security investigation) shall be in a manner that guarantees the border crossing management unit, without interfering with the technical aspects, with an emphasis on referring the seizures to the concerned authorities and obliging them to bring cases before the competent courts, each according to its specialty and notifying the perpetrator of this. Ended 29 / A 43