[size=36]The Council of Ministers discusses and votes on laws to advance the country's journalistic reality[/size]
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At the beginning of the session, Al-Kazemi reviewed, according to his media office statement, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, “the general situation in the country, the developments of the global economic crisis and its repercussions on Iraq, and the follow-up to the implementation of the measures adopted by the government; In order to face the crisis and mitigate its severity.
The Council of Ministers hosted Hani Al-Aqabi, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in charge of managing the ministry, where he gave a detailed presentation on the health procedures related to controlling the Corona pandemic, the decrease in the number of injuries, the procedures of the Ministry of Health in following up on the developments of the pandemic in Iraq, and the efforts it requires in providing the required treatments and securing vaccines. across the country.”
The person in charge of managing the Ministry of Health touched on the “health reality in Iraq, and discussed a number of issues related to the ownership of land on which health institutions are built.”
The statement added that “the Council of Ministers approved the following”:
1- Transferring the ownership of lands belonging to the Ministry of Finance on which hospitals or health institutions are built, to the Ministry of Health without allowance, based on the law of ownership of homes and buildings, and hospitals remain, and Al-Ata’ Hospital is added to it.
2- The Ministry of Construction and Housing and Public Municipalities transferring the ownership of lands on which hospitals or health institutions are built based on Legislative Resolution (693 of 1973).
3- The ministries and agencies not affiliated with the centrally funded ministry and the governorates sell the lands belonging to them from those not mentioned in paragraphs (1 and 2) above, on which hospitals and health centers are built, to the Ministry of Health in accordance with the provisions of Article 25 / first of the law on the sale and lease of state funds. 21 of 2013), with a waiver of the selling allowance based on Article (46) of the Federal Financial Management Law (6 of 2019) as amended and Cabinet Resolution (28 of 2020).
The Council of Ministers hosted the President of the National Investment Commission, Ms. Suha Najjar; To discuss the reality of investment and work to improve the investment environment throughout Iraq, in a way that contributes to attracting foreign investments, which in turn will increase development rates and accelerate the reconstruction process in the country.
The statement continued, "After discussing a number of issues related to investment, the Council of Ministers agreed on the following":
First / the amendment of the Diwani Order (51 of 2019), to be headed by the National Investment Commission and with the membership of representatives from the Ministry of Finance / State Real Estate, the Ministry of Planning / Department of Government Contracts / General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers / Central Bank of Iraq, and a representative of the owner of the land, the committee undertakes a study Requests to amend the investment license received by the investment authorities, including the National Investment Commission.
Second / Cancellation of paragraph (2) of the Cabinet Resolution (186 of 2021) regarding investment projects, and this decision is implemented from the date of its issuance. Ended 29/R77