[size=30]A digital center surprised that Parliament has no committee on electronic transformation
[/size]"The primary task of this committee is to present legal proposals and to facilitate legislative and regulatory obstacles related to the digital world." [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Iraqi parliament building
Erbil (Kurdistan 24)- The Digital Media Center in Iraq expressed its surprise at the absence of any committee in the Iraqi parliament dealing with digital transformation and e-governance, despite the presence of 25 permanent parliamentary committees specialized in most aspects of state administration and construction.
The center said on its Facebook page that the creation of such a committee "constitutes an urgent necessity and an important need for the country for the purpose of following up and monitoring the paths of digital transformation in Iraq, and in order to enhance the role of government and private institutions and sectors with a set of legislation that contributes to accelerating the process of digital transformation and e-governance in accordance with solid and oversight mechanisms." strict parliamentarianism.
The Center, which is a non-governmental organization, added that the existence of the Committee on "Digital Transformation and E-Governance" is extremely important for countries that are keen to keep pace with the technical development witnessed by the world.
He pointed out that "the main task of this committee lies in presenting legal proposals and facilitating legislative and regulatory obstacles related to the digital world, in addition to providing the government with legislation that enables it to take its role quickly in the process of transition towards a new phase of government work."