Allocation of $ 100 Million to the Ministry of the Interior to Implement the National ID Card Project
|February 22, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Erbil, (Rn) – The Iraqi Council of Ministers at its eighth for the current year to allocate 100 million dollars to the Ministry of Interior to implement a project card national standard within the budget in 2012, as revealed for the preparation of a draft law determines the number of consultants working in the ministries and different state institutions.
According to a statement posted on the official website of the Iraqi government spokesman Ali al-Dabbagh, said that the Cabinet had agreed to the allocation of $ 100 million to the Ministry of Interior within the budget in 2012 to implement the card project of national standard, as has been approved to stop the display of appointments of advisers to the cabinet until pass a new law regulating the work of consultants and commissioned the Council of State at the Ministry of Justice in coordination with relevant ministries to prepare a draft law determines the number of consultants working in the ministries and state institutions and their terms of appointment and the nature of the tasks assigned to them and publicize the work of the consultant and their pension rights and status career. ”
He also said that “the government agreed to the installment payments owed by financial implications of a group of political prisoners in the institution after a line in the distribution of salaries in 2008 that the installment is over 20 years.
As “Adoption of the recommendation of the Committee on Energy on the allocation of tender station CPU (CPF) and accessories for field Badra oil for the company Kazibrom Russian Contracting with Central Oil of $ (329.7) million dollars,” as well as “Approval to authorize the Ministry of Electricity validity of advertising and solicitation and referral and contracting for projects proposed and approved by the Ministry of Planning, provided that the act within the investment allocations of the ministry in 2012, even before the adoption of the budget law, and so absolutely necessary, “the statement said.
The statement added that the meeting also included “emphasis on the recommendation of the Committee on Economic Affairs contained display cases to seek compensation for those affected by natural disasters individually to the Council of Ministers and the text input in the budget for 2012 covers which increase the amount allocated to the contingency in the event of major disasters.”
The statement said that the meeting of the Council of Ministers has also “approved a draft law on ratification of an agreement amending the Convention on the establishment of Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard in Cairo and forwarded to the House of Representatives.”
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