[size=36]A parliamentary committee calls on the government to activate Resolution 46 ... What does it include?[/size]
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The Committee to Monitor the Implementation of the Government Program and Parliamentary Strategic Planning called on Monday, the government to activate Resolution 46 of 2019 regarding the plan to provide housing for citizens.
Committee member Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani said, according to the official newspaper, that the committee is following the government’s performance approach, which has witnessed some stumbling blocks in dealing with the economic situation and its repercussions on the citizen’s living situation, which is one of the most important topics that the committee is following, calling on the government to “take measures to activate Resolution 46. For the year 2019 of the plan to provide housing for citizens. "
Al-Sudani added, "The government must take decisions related to effective and tangible protection in the face of rising prices and the provision of life necessities, and it must take measures to support citizens, including increasing the salaries of the social protection network, expanding the coverage of those who are below the poverty line, providing the ration card items and improving its quality on a regular basis, It can reduce food prices. "
He pointed to "the need to increase the minimum limits for employees and contracts whose salaries do not exceed 400 thousand dinars, and raise their ceiling to 600 thousand dinars as a minimum for that," noting that "these measures are necessary to preserve this large and important class of society."
He noted, "the importance of legislation, including ensuring the rights of workers in the private sector, and it is an existing law. A first reading is read, and it is hoped that a second reading will be read," affirming that "
He pointed out, "The committee is working on all levels, files and variables that occur in the social and economic situation after the approval of the budget law."