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    A parliamentary committee discusses a draft government program evaluation report

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    A parliamentary committee discusses a draft government program evaluation report Empty A parliamentary committee discusses a draft government program evaluation report

    Post by Rocky Tue 30 Apr 2024, 5:24 am

    A parliamentary committee discusses a draft government program evaluation report


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    [rtl]Baghdad / NINA / The Strategic Planning and Federal Parliamentary Service Committee discussed, today, Monday, a draft report evaluating the government program for the first annual term of the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani.

    The head of the evaluation committee, MP Laila Al-Tamimi, stressed the need to include in the evaluation form for the ministries, axes, approved priorities, and executive procedures for each of the five priorities stipulated in the ministerial curriculum, as well as the percentages of achievement according to the ministerial report, the observations of the Strategic Planning Committee that were discussed in the ministers’ hosts, and the recommendations for procedures. The executive committee for each ministry, followed by general observations and recommendations on the overall report outputs and government performance./End 5[/rtl]
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