[size=36]The Kurdistan government issues a package of decisions to overcome the economic crisis[/size]
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The Kurdistan Regional Government issued, on Wednesday, a package of decisions to overcome the economic crisis facing the region.
The Media Office of the Kurdistan Council of Ministers stated, in a statement received / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that "the Kurdistan Council of Ministers held a meeting yesterday, Tuesday, under the supervision of the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masroor Barzani, and Qubad Talabani, Vice President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, to discuss the economic situation that the region is going through and take The procedures for implementing the reform law, which is part of the ninth cab program. "
The statement added, "The Council issued a number of decisions to reduce salaries, allocations of special grades, and operational budget to the lowest level in order to overcome the financial crisis facing the region, in order to overcome the financial crisis, and pay salaries to people registered in the biometric system exclusively."
The Kurdistan Council of Ministers decided, "Cut the salaries of people who do not have an actual job service, amend the online system to disburse the operational budget, suspend the investment budget, and disable decisions on exempting taxes and customs tariffs, as these decisions are not in line with laws and regulations. The
Council also decided," Adjust border crossings to prevent illegal customs operations and forcing local companies to pay taxes and fees for goods and petroleum products that enter the region and disrupt the decision to give land to investment projects that have not been implemented. "
on the departments and institutions Go Time On the other hand, the Kurdistan Regional Government decided, "To start working hours for employees in ministries and departments not affiliated with a ministry from the date of 6-5-2020," noting that it "gave the authority to start working hours in departments and institutions as much as needed for employees and provide services to citizens from the date of 11-5 -2020 ".