[size=52]Cabinet decides to appoint graduates of oil institutes[/size]
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The Council of Ministers approved the appointment of graduates of oil training institutes to the owners of profitable companies affiliated with the Ministry of Oil and the National Oil Company. Baghdad investment.
A statement by his media office stated that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi reviewed, yesterday, Tuesday, the Cabinet session, the developments of the global economic crisis, and the government's continued follow-up to confront its effects, as well as a number of security files that witnessed a remarkable development in the field of confronting terrorist groups, and the pursuit of gangs. crime, in a way that helps in strengthening security and stability throughout the country.
The council discussed the procedures and steps for contracting and working at Mosul International Airport. Al-Kazemi directed the Ministry of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works, Nineveh Governorate and other relevant ministries, to expedite the completion of the requirements related to the airport; In order to start implementing it given its great importance to the people of Nineveh Governorate.
The Council issued a number of decisions, including: Based on the provisions of Article (40) of the amended Law of Sale and Lease of State Funds (21 of 2013), the Council of Ministers decided to approve the sale of low-cost homes allocated to poor and needy families in Maysan Governorate, as an exception to the public auction procedures And that the sale be at the real price. Approval of the appointment of graduates of the oil training institutes in batch (2019-2020), and the subsequent payments on the owners of the profitable companies affiliated to the Ministry of Oil and the National Oil Company, and that the Minister of Finance undertakes to create the grades and job titles necessary to appoint those covered by the aforementioned description. The Council of Ministers also agreed to refer the project for housing Iraqi Media Network employees to the Baghdad Investment Authority, and to exclude it from the second axis / 3 of the Council of Ministers decision (245 of 2019).
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