policy , 2023/07/08 11:18 , the number of readings: 111
[rtl]A spokesman for the Iraqi government, Basem Al-Awadi, explained the details of the work of the Supreme Committee to restructure the Iraqi state apparatus, indicating that changes in positions in state institutions come according to a deliberate strategy, while announcing at the same time the formation of a tripartite committee to study laws and write their legislation before sending them to Parliament.
Al-Awadi said in a statement to the official news agency: “Most of the decisions issued by the government during the past months regarding administrative arrangements came according to a well-studied strategy,” noting that “the recent changes in security positions came after an evaluation of the general managers, and the prime minister confirmed that the evaluation is continuing. He added
. , that "the Council of Ministers formed, in one of its sessions three weeks ago, a supreme committee to restructure the Iraqi state apparatus, which is headed by the Prime Minister and accompanied by a group of ministers," indicating, "The committee will result in merging, deleting, adding, and creating institutions.”
Regarding the recent security changes, Al-Awadi said, "The security changes aim at modernization and pumping new blood after transferring the leaders of the security services to the National Security Adviser to benefit from their long experience."
And about the formation of a committee to set priorities in the draft laws in the cabinet session that was held yesterday, between Al-Awadi, that “the council formed a tripartite committee of three very important parties concerned with studying laws and writing their legislation before sending them to Parliament,” noting that “the committee will take place within two weeks.” Only by sifting through the decisions in Parliament that are not voted on or that must be sent to Parliament quickly and prioritize them.
Al-Awadi explained, "The government's priorities are decisions that provide service and are concerned with unemployment, poverty, fighting corruption, services and administrative reform, as well as the oil and gas law and some other important decisions that this committee undertook to study and present a brief paper on within a two-week period.”
Regarding the appointments of the Elite Channel, Al-Awadi pointed out that, “The Elite Channel includes students who obtain an average of 90 or more, and their averages do not qualify them to enter the faculties of medicine and engineering with higher specializations, but These are classified as smart," explaining, "In order not to violate their rights, the Ministry of Education chose Education is within the range of 4-6 important specializations, and a channel was launched under the name of the elite channel, so that These students apply to it, and then they are appointed in those specializations.
He stressed, "The Cabinet's decision regarding appointments to Al-Nukhba TV, which was issued yesterday, gave these students priority and preference in appointment."[/rtl]
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