[size=36]Parliament opens 12 files while hosting the Minister of the Interior[/size]
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revealed, on Tuesday, the details of its hosting of the Minister of Interior Othman Al-Ghanimi, the committee monitoring the implementation of the government program and strategic planning.
A member of the committee, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the committee hosted the Minister of Interior Othman Al-Ghanimi," stressing that "the committee discussed with Al-Ghanimi 12 axes related to the work of the ministry, including the security and service duties of the ministry."
Al-Sawadani added, "The committee's focus was on the high rates of criminal and organized crimes at the level of conflicts, procedures for investigations, and detection of the assassinations that took place during the past period and the convicts who caused them, as they represent a dangerous indicator and a worrying factor for citizens."
He continued, "The committee also touched on the issue of coordination between the security services of the Ministry of Interior on the one hand and between the ministry and the rest of the institutions on the other hand, which would reflect positively on the security work, in addition to the presence of several security agencies in the controls deployed in Baghdad and the provinces and that everyone It is agreed that it is a place for bribery, extortion and harassment that is practiced against citizens, businessmen and everything that passes through it.
He pointed out, “Discussing issues related to employees of certificate holders, which the budget law stipulates to refer them to civil jobs within the ministry, and in this regard, the Administrative Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Hussein Al-Awadi confirmed that there are problems in job grades in this regard, noting that the number of employees who are to be transferred to Civilian jobs amounting to 23 thousand members, indicating that this number will cause a numerical shortage in some formations in the ministry, including the Federal Police, in which the number of certificate holders reaches 5,000 members, which affects their work duties. Those who wish to complete their studies were also discussed to provide them with this opportunity, including It reflects positively on the performance of the ministry."
Al-Sudani continued, "The committee's hosting also touched on the scourge of drugs that kills young people in Iraq, and the need to upgrade the work of the ministry, the competent directorate and its departments in Baghdad and the provinces to reduce this phenomenon and constantly combat it."
He stressed that "the committee will prepare a comprehensive report on the government's performance in the second half of the current parliamentary session with regard to the Ministry of the Interior in light of the data provided by the minister and officials in the ministry." Ended 29/A43