Next Wednesday the supreme body of a coordination meeting for the transfer of powers to the provinces (Details)


 

18-06-2016 08:30 PM

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The complexity of the Supreme Commission for coordination between the provinces next Wednesday, a meeting with the Board of Governors and the heads of provincial councils and a number of ministries, in the province of Najaf, to stand on the stages of the transfer of powers to the provinces.

According to a prompt from the head of the Secretariat of the Supreme Commission for coordination between the provinces in the Presidency of the Council of Ministers Torhan appearance Mufti, said the book ‘ with the consent of the Prime Minister, Head of the Supreme Commission for coordination between provinces will be held mentioned his meeting on Wednesday evening, in the province of Najaf to discuss the proposal for thedistribution of revenues clinics in (popular clinics) submitted by the Ministry of Health, and to discuss the mechanism for evaluating and replacing Alqaimqamin managers respects, sponsored by the Office of the Prime Minister ‘.

As ‘it will discuss the issue of the transfer of powers to the departments and the province of Kirkuk hot and the provinces, and read the report stages of the transfer of powers from the ministries and departments concerned to Mahafezat’.bhsp policies included in the book.’

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4 thoughts on “Next Wednesday the supreme body of a coordination meeting for the transfer of powers to the provinces (Details)

  1. Hey GI Jane and KJ,
    I have the same question. I thought the Federal Court was not going to have a decision about the two sessions held at the end of April, until June 28th. If they want to do things earlier, then awesome.

    I want to clarify…Is this article is talking about the long awaited for “De-Centralization” ?
    Mrs.G

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