Cabinet approves the investor’s identity instructions and confirms the launch of farmers’ dues



Council of Ministers meeting chaired by Haidar al-Abbadi
Author: AT
Editor: AT 25.10.2016 19:21 Number ofViews: 544


Long-Presse / Baghdad

Announced Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Tuesday, the cabinet’s approval of the investor’s identity and stimulate the private sector instructions, confirmed the launch of dues of farmers for 2016, while stressing issuing directives to government institutions on the adoption of e-governance to reduce operations and eliminate corruption on a standard routine in completing transactions, pointed to discuss the protection of the sports facilities in accordance with the training of security personnel to carry out that task.

Haidar al-Abbadi, during a press conference held on building the Government Palace in Baghdad, attended by (long-Presse), “The Council of Ministers approved today during its regular, on instructions investor’s identity in order to activate this sector”, stressing at the same time, “start a dues peasants 2016 “.

He said al-Abadi, that “it was the launch of the recommendations on the handling of electronic (e) governance, in order to reach a solution to the problems of citizens and reduce bureaucratic processes of corruption,” referring to “discuss the protection of the sports facilities,” noting that “the decisions included the bear and the Interior Ministry responsibility to protect Sports facilities under construction across the provinces until complete them by the companies after the improvement of the financial situation, as well as the allocation of sufficient strength in both Baghdad and the provinces to the security of the stadiums and training and equipping Bmainsjm with the international Football Federation laws (FIFA). “

He said al-Abadi, that “the Council of Ministers today discussed the recent events in Daquq district, south of Kirkuk,” stressing that “initial investigations on this matter and we have received has been seen by, but we need a broader and more comprehensive to capture the details of the incident and find out the details of a thorough investigation.”

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