[size=36]Cabinet decisions in today's session[/size]
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Council of Ministers issued, during its regular session held today, Tuesday, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Al-Kazemi chaired today, Tuesday, a regular session of the Council of Ministers, during which they discussed the latest developments in the country, as well as discussing the topics included in his agenda."
The Cabinet recalled, according to the statement, "the crime of Halabja committed by the buried regime against the Kurdish people, which left thousands of innocent victims."
Al-Kazemi said, "The crime of Halabja constitutes a dire memory for Iraqis, and we must work to transform the opportunities of pain in the life of the Iraqi people into opportunities for hope and construction," noting that "the tragedies of the popular uprising, the marshes and Anbar, should be an incentive for us to go to serve our people."
He directed all ministers to "serve the people of all governorates, especially the affected governorates, and that their visits to the governorates continue to rush and the same spirituality in order to face the great challenges facing the country."
And he instructed all ministries to "support the Ministry of Electricity in carrying out its tasks in securing and providing electric power to citizens," stressing that "the Ministry of Electricity will make an exceptional effort to increase its production of electric energy and provide it with the approaching summer season."
He pointed out, "The bureaucracy is still active in a number of ministries, including the Ministry of Electricity, as it has caused a large number of important projects to be suspended."
He indicated, "subversive attempts to transmit electric power towers, and the arrest of a number of those involved in them," stressing that "the perpetrators of these sabotage acts will not be tolerated as they affect the Iraqi national security."
Al-Kazemi stressed, "not tolerating those who try to obstruct the security situation in a number of governorates," directing the Ministry of Interior to "carry out its duties in protecting citizens and ensuring the security of the governorates, and working seriously to overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of providing the needs of the people there."
For his part, the Minister of Health reviewed "developments in the work of the committee to strengthen government measures in the areas of prevention and control of health and awareness regarding limiting the spread of the Coronavirus, as well as the ministry's efforts to confront the pandemic."
After the Council of Ministers discussed the topics on its agenda, it issued the following decisions, according to the statement:
1 - Approval of purchasing doses of the anti-Coronavirus vaccine from the American pharmaceutical company Pfizer, according to what is indicated in the manufacturing and supply agreement between Pfizer Export B. In, and the Iraqi Ministry of Health and its amount according to the terms of the contract.
2- The commitment of the Government of the Republic of Iraq to ensure the obligations of the Ministry of Health, including compensation.
3- Authorizing the Minister of Finance to sign a letter of guarantee obligations of the Ministry of Health on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Iraq.
Second: Approving the national plan to return the displaced to their liberated original areas.
Third / Approval of the proposal of the Ministry of Planning regarding international cooperation in the field of development as follows:
- The commitment of all ministries and agencies not associated with a ministry in coordination with the Ministry of Planning to set up a working mechanism issued by the Ministry of Planning regarding supervision and follow-up with international organizations and agencies, limiting the topic to the cooperative field of development only in the Department of International Cooperation, and providing it with all data and information on development projects, and the need for training in the specializations Technical and technical, and activating joint committees for international cooperation, to unify efforts and crystallize them towards achievement in a way that helps the government to implement its reform program, in coordination with the relevant government agencies concerned.
1- Approval of the increase in the capital of the North Oil Company (a public company), one of the formations of the Ministry of Oil, at an amount (115,687173346) dinars, only one hundred and fifteen billion six hundred and eighty-seven million one hundred seventy-three thousand three hundred and forty-six dinars, certified by the Federal Office of Financial Supervision, According to Article (10) of the Public Companies Law (22 of 1997), as amended.
2 - The Ministry of Oil has taken the necessary measures to implement the aforementioned.
Fifth / Approval of assigning (Muhannad Hamid Muhammad Al-Obaidi) to the position of mayor of Al-Rummaneh District in Anbar Governorate.
Sixth / Given the vote of the House of Representatives in its session No. (34) dated 11/1/2021 (rejection in principle) on the Second Amendment Law of the Political Prisoners Foundation Law No. (4 of 2006), according to the letter of the General Secretariat of the House of Representatives / Parliamentary Circle No. With issue (9/1/458) and dated 1/18/2021, the Council of Ministers decided the following:
1- Canceling Cabinet Resolution No. (27 of 2020), with the exception of paragraph (4) thereof, regarding the affirmation of implementing Article (10) of the Unified Pension Law, regarding the cancellation of all legal texts that allow combining two or more salaries, with the exception of the aforementioned categories.
2- This decision shall be implemented starting from the date of its issuance. ”Ended 6/29 n