[size=36]The ministerial curriculum contains the eight priorities and can be applied in a year .. Deputy: Forming the government is nearing completion[/size]
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, a committee to study and discuss the ministerial curriculum revealed, on Sunday, that the curriculum contained the eight priorities and could be applied in one year, pointing out that the process of forming the government is nearing completion.
"The curriculum contained the eight priorities, most notably the issue of preparing for the early elections and issuing its own law, the Corona crisis and harnessing all the capabilities of the state and the health system in the country to confront them, as well as the budget, security file and sovereignty," said the committee member, Representative Yonadam Kanna.
He pointed out, "It is the first government curriculum in which to mention the components of society and how to grant them their rights."
Kanna added, "The curriculum is brief and can be implemented over a year of the government’s life, but it will not be ambitious because of the low oil prices." He pointed out that "every party and region has a region that it represents and it has a legitimate right to advance its reality, but the government cannot do anything in The economic crisis remained. "
The head of the Rafidain Parliamentary Brigade indicated that "Parliament will write a detailed report on his vision of the curriculum during the next few days," explaining that "we must begin quickly with the reforms that can be achieved in the event that the real will is available, whether at the level of the army, police, security, state departments, and the electronic system."
Kanna stressed that "the process of forming the government is nearing completion with the insistence that no minister or minister should not rotate who was a minister in the previous governments." Ended 29 / A 43