[size=36]Parliament launches the first initiative to involve unions in decision-making[/size]
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, the first deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, demanded, on Monday, the support of the national pharmaceutical industry and the development of a project for the pricing of medicines.
The media office of the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, "During the expanded meeting he held with medical unions, Al-Kaabi launched the first initiative to involve unions and unions in public political affairs and decision-making assigning them as advisers to the Parliamentary Health and Environment Committee to put forward their ideas and proposals." When enacting laws related to the health aspect, he called on government agencies to involve them in advice according to the specialization of each union and to benefit from their visions and experiences to evaluate the work of government institutions,” noting that “this came during his visit to the headquarters of the Physicians Syndicate, accompanied by Representative Jawad Al-Moussawi, member of the Parliamentary Health Committee, And the participation of captains (doctors, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine) and the cadres working in it.”
According to the statement, Al-Kaabi called on the relevant authorities to make the Physicians Syndicate one of the parties concerned with the decision to bring foreign doctors to Iraq, determine the need for them or not, and give them a greater and effective role in the national arena, stressing that “the time has come for the unions in their professional and specialized fields to be the decision-makers.” Even at the level of taking their advice when appointing ministers, agents and general managers.”
He called for the support of the national pharmaceutical industry, the development of a drug pricing project throughout Iraq, the control of border crossings to prevent the entry of smuggled drugs, the establishment of medical and drug research centers in a number of governorates, and the exclusion of unions and unions from The dominance of parties and people so that they can perform their duty to monitor government performance.
For their part, according to the text of the statement, the captains (doctors, dentistry, pharmacy, veterinary medicine) sent a message to the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada, in response to the letter of thanks he addressed to the medical and health cadres, in which he described their response to the pandemic and their great sacrifices as a badge of honor on the chests of all Iraqis, and demanded their fairness and care. And that the upcoming elections will be under their medical supervision to prevent the spread of the epidemic, in which they expressed the happiness and appreciation of the White Army with this message, which increased their determination and keenness to provide more service to citizens, and their pledge to stand with the Ministry of Health for the success of the upcoming elections and to provide a healthy atmosphere to limit the spread of the virus, and their great hope that The next stage will be the stage of real reform and salvation from the corrupt.” Ended 29/R77