Abadi delegate the powers 8 ministries to the provincial councils


Abadi delegate the powers 8 ministries to the provincial councils

Iraqi Prime Minister agreed to grant the powers of the eight provincial ministries of service, including the ministries of agriculture, immigration, oil, electricity and municipalities. “
BAGHDAD Iraqi local official said, on Thursday, the prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, the transfer of powers of the eight ministries of service to the provincial councils.

The head of the Anbar Provincial Council, morning Krhot, that “Abadi chaired a meeting of the governors, and heads of provincial councils on Thursday, at the headquarters of the prime minister in Baghdad, for the purpose of discussing and discuss all the issues and problems faced by governors and heads of provincial councils work, and discuss the security file and the threat Daash for the majority of the provinces “.

Krhot and added that “the Prime Minister, agreed to grant the powers of the eight provincial ministries of service, including the ministries of agriculture, immigration, oil, electricity and municipalities.”

Iraq has been the security situation is exceptional since the control of the organization, “Daash” on large parts of the provinces of West and North of the country a few months ago, and also faces a difficult economic situation because of the adoption of the budget in 2014 that prevented the political differences and the lack of agreement between the Baghdad government and the government of the territory of northern Iraq, on some issues, particularly oil, including without approval.

And formed a “supreme body for coordination between the provinces,” according to the provincial Law No. 21 of 2008, headed by the Prime Minister and the membership of the Conservative and jurisdiction over the provinces and local administrations Affairs and coordination between them and address the problems and obstacles faced and everything related to the common affairs among them.

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