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    The Council of Ministers decides to withdraw the compulsory conscription law, as it does not conform

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    The Council of Ministers decides to withdraw the compulsory conscription law, as it does not conform Empty The Council of Ministers decides to withdraw the compulsory conscription law, as it does not conform

    Post by Rocky Wed 16 Nov 2022, 5:47 am

    The Council of Ministers decides to withdraw the compulsory conscription law, as it does not conform to the new government's point of view
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    The Council of Ministers decided to recommend to the House of Representatives the withdrawal of a number of bills from the House of Representatives, including draft laws dealing with housing abuses, flag service, and the federal civil service.
    The Council of Ministers discussed, during its regular session, which was chaired by the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani, a number of “basic files related to the lives of citizens,” and took a number of decisions, including:
    - Loaning the Iraqi Football Association an amount of 33 million dollars from the Iraqi Trade Bank (TBI), and the amount is included in the draft federal budget law for the fiscal year / 2023, to meet the requirements of the Arab Gulf Cup (25), and the aforementioned federation may contract in the manner it deems appropriate .
    Authorizing the Office of the Prime Minister to contract with a major international company in financial auditing, for the purposes of auditing tax and customs guarantees, as an exception to Article 3 of the instructions for implementing government contracts.
    Authorizing the Baghdad governorate to secure an amount of 3 billion dinars for each of the Baghdad Health Department, and 3 billion for the Rusafa Health Department, to meet the requirements for rehabilitating hospitals determined by the Ministry of Health out of petrodollar allocations, or border crossings.
    Recommendation to the House of Representatives according to the draft law dealing with housing abuses issued by Cabinet Resolution 288 of 2017, the draft reconstruction council law issued by Cabinet Resolution 377 of 2019, the list of ambassadors, the law amending Companies Law No. 21 of 1997, and the first amendment law The Iraqi National Oil Company No. 4 of 2018, the Flag Service Law, the Second Amendment Law of the Public Roads Law No. 35 of 2002, and the Federal Civil Service Law.
    The Council of Ministers also decided to authorize the Prime Minister to withdraw bills from the House of Representatives.
    The Council approved the “Draft Law of the First Amendment to the Law of Private Security Companies No. (52) of 2017, which was audited by the State Council, and referred it to the Parliament, based on the provisions of Articles (61 / item first, and 80 / item second) of the constitution, taking into account Attention is the opinion of the legal department in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, confirmed by its memorandums of number (MD / S / 2/2/12/477 LS) dated December 28, 2020, and the observations of some members of the Council of Ministers during the meeting session confirmed by the head of the legal department in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.
    He also agreed to:
    1- The Ministry of Planning is to create a component for the Al-Khader and Darraji water project for this year within the investment budget of the Ministry of Construction, Housing, Municipalities and Public Works.
    2- The Ministry of Finance signs the financing agreement between the German Development Bank and the Iraqi government as soon as possible, and the relevant authorities secure the amount of the Iraqi government’s contribution to the project mentioned in paragraph (1) above, equivalent to (15,000,000) euros, only fifteen million euros.
    In another paragraph of its agenda, the Iraqi government agreed to “issue the system (for the year 2022), the first amendment to the system for freezing terrorist funds (5 for the year 2016), based on the provisions of Clause (Third) of Article (80) of the Constitution, and Article (22) ) of the Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Law (39 of 2015), taking into account the remarks of some members of the Council of Ministers during the meeting session, which were confirmed by the head of the legal department in the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.
    It also agreed to “exemption and waiver of collecting fees for traffic plates for vehicles, number (32) vehicles imported for the benefit of the Shiite Endowment Office / the al-Abbas’s holy shrine, the details of which are recorded in the accompanying table, linking the book of the aforementioned threshold No. (635), dated August 14, 2022, mentioned In Cabinet Resolutions (68, and 237 of 2016), based on the provisions of Article (46) of the Federal Financial Management Law No. (6) of 2019, and Cabinet Resolution (28 of 2020).
    The Council of Ministers also agreed to “amend paragraph (1) of Cabinet Resolution (345 of 2021) regarding the recommendations of the Committee for Setting Standards and Mechanisms for Counting Agricultural Areas Affected by Heavy Rains, Torrents and Floods, to become according to the following:
    Approval of records of torrential damage and rain in the governorates (Basra, Muthanna, Diyala, Anbar, and Wasit). Damages, and funds are allocated within the framework of the draft federal budget law for the fiscal year / 2023, with original records approved by the director of the concerned governorate’s Agriculture Directorate, the director of the financial department, and the director of auditing in the governorate, and what was audited by the governor (three names, type of damage, and notes) audited and printed ".
    In the last paragraph of its agenda, the Council of Ministers decided to “pause the implementation of paragraph (fifth) of the recommendations of the Diwani Order Committee (26 of 2020), related to providing support for agricultural crops (wheat, barley, rapeseed and yellow corn) for the current agricultural season regarding the use of modern irrigation technologies by providing Agricultural subsidies of 50% for fertilizers, 70% for seeds, and 100% for pesticides, as requested by the Ministry of Agriculture; Because there are not enough sprinkler irrigation systems to cover the areas required to grow strategic crops.”
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