Chaired by Al-Kazemi, the Council of Ministers issued 11 decisions, among them speeding up the legislation of the budget law
The cabinet issued, on Tuesday, during its second regular session, headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, 11 decisions, including speeding up the legislation of the budget law.
The media office of the Prime Minister stated in a statement received by / Mawazine News / a copy of it, that “the cabinet issued during its regular session headed by Al-Kazemi,
a number of decisions, including: reducing and rationalizing the administrative structures of the state by each government agency providing its vision in this area, and taking Appropriate measures to legislate the laws required for the success of the e-government process and for ministries and government agencies to expedite their procedures to automate their work, especially in the field of customs and tax and provide monthly reports on rates submitted to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.
The Cabinet decided, “To re-examine the draft laws related to combating corruption, and to activate the measures to combat it and strengthen their efficacy, and to emphasize the strengthening of the role of the relevant institutions of the Integrity Commission and the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau in coordination with the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, and emphasize the freedom to exchange information and the right to obtain it By expediting the legislation on the right to access information. ”
The Council also decided, “Assigning the Ministry of Planning in coordination with the relevant authorities to review the instructions for implementing government contracts in a manner that ensures updating the standards adopted in the awarding of tenders, and also to update the standards adopted in the selection of investment projects, and to provide the Federal Service Council with appropriate job ownerships in order to take its role and exercise its tasks.”
The Council agreed, “The Reconstruction Fund for the regions affected by terrorist operations implemented mobile hospitals to quarantine and treat patients with HIV in the regions that are agreed with the Ministry of Health and the provinces through the grant provided by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development through the German Development Bank and the amount ( 15 million) Fifteen million euros, and expediting the legislation of the general budget in line with the requirements of the financial situation, the low level of the oil price, and the diversification of budget sources.
The Cabinet urged the Ministry of Oil to “accelerate the completion of the draft oil and gas law, and for the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in coordination with the Ministry of Planning and the Ministry of Finance to study the expansion of the base covered by the Social Protection Law by improving the inclusion mechanism through demographic targeting by adopting poverty and social research data and the study is presented during Duration of one month. ”
He decided to “form an emergency cell for financial reform, and to form a cell to manage the financial situation in light of the current financial crisis and to develop the necessary solutions to achieve financial reform and improve the performance of financial institutions. The cell will be headed by the Prime Minister and he may authorize the Minister of Finance to manage the sessions in his absence and the membership of each of the Minister Finance, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Planning, Governor of the Central Bank, Advisors to the Prime Minister who he calls His Eminence, Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, and a representative of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, and the cell undertakes the following tasks: Ensuring the provision of financial liquidity, and taking decisions related to Financial reform through the rationalization of expenditure and to maximize resources and reform of financial institutions, including the restructuring, and the development of financing plans for projects of reconstruction and development and investment, including funding mechanisms resources outside of government spending, improve procedures and automation systems in financial institutions.” Source