The Council of Ministers decides to donate 1000 caravans for the displaced to the polling stations


 

Political situation

Tuesday 9 January 2018 07:42 PM
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Baghdad / .. The Cabinet decided on Tuesday to give (1000) caravan for the displaced to the registration centers in the schools belonging to the Electoral Commission above.

A statement of the Office of Prime Minister Haider Abadi received by “the eye of Iraq News”, “The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday under the chairmanship of the President of the Council Haider Abadi,” noting that “was during the vote on the transfer of powers of the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Municipalities and Public Works to the irregular provinces Territory “.

The statement added that “the Council of Ministers decided to establish the Ministry of Displacement and Migration and the High Electoral Commission for coordination between them for the purpose of giving (1000) caravan for the displaced to the registration centers in the schools of the Commission above.”

He added that “in order to remove the obstacles to the holding of elections at the scheduled date approved by the Council of Ministers, there was a lengthy discussion to remove those obstacles,” noting that “the Council voted to postpone the completion of customs duties of processed materials to the Electoral Commission for elections.”

He added that “the Council of Ministers directed to hold a meeting of ministers of electricity, education, agriculture and planning with the Council of the High Electoral Commission to discuss the facilitation of holding elections in Anbar and Nineveh province and to identify the problems and obstacles and find solutions to them.” Finished

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