The Council of Ministers issues several resolutions including employment opportunities (expanded)


Release date: 2019/1/8 22:43 
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) The Council of Ministers issued several resolutions in its ordinary session held on Tuesday, chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.
The Cabinet voted according to a statement of the Prime Minister’s Office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it “to give the company Dhi Qar oil financial advance, and the Council agreed to give priority to orphans by providing employment opportunities.” 
The Council of Ministers decided the continuation of its decision No. 23 of 2018 and until further notice, and included the postponement of customs duties for goods and imported goods in the name of the ministries and the Baghdad Municipality and municipalities are met. ” 
The session witnessed the study and discuss the unification of customs duties at all border crossings and facilitate the smooth flow of movement of goods in all the provinces. It 
also decided The Council of Ministers “the restructuring of public companies owned by the state and the formation of a committee headed by the Prime Minister on the subject.” 
He approved the “draft of Iraq’s accession to the Convention on Limits of Liability for Maritime Claims of 1976 as amended by the 1996 Protocol, including limits Adjusted liability “.
As soon as the session ended, Abdul Mahdi held his weekly press conference and congratulated the Iraqi people on the victory of the national team against his Vietnamese counterpart in his first match in the Asian Nations Championship. He confirmed “supporting the two blacks in their journey to win the Asian Cup for the second time and answered questions on various issues.”

Prime Minister: We sent a list of the names of the remaining candidates to the political blocs to agree on them



Information / Baghdad …
Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, on Tuesday, he sent a list of the remaining candidates to the political blocs for approval.
“The prime minister sent a list of the names of the remaining candidates for the cabinet to the political blocs for approval before going to the House of Representatives for the purpose of voting,” Abdul Mahdi said during the weekly conference attended by the agency.
On the other hand, Abdul-Mahdi that “the level of visits of foreign delegations to Iraq has increased significantly and this has important indicators and indications.” End 25 T,15700023,15700124,15700186,15700190,15700201,15700237,15700242,15700248

Central Bank sets 20 banks to eliminate the space

Release date: 2019/1/8 11:44

The Central Bank of Iraq said that the settlement of salaries to employees is an important measure to eliminate the aliens who receive more than a salary from the state and restore confidence between the citizen and the banking sector.

“The settlement of salaries is done with the approval of the Central Bank of the recognized banks, whether governmental or private, and according to the conditions of the Central Bank and its law, and the employee has the right to choose to settle his salary as he believes in the service provided by the bank” .

“The central bank has approved 20 government banks to settle salaries for government and private sector employees,” Hussein said.

“This measure will eliminate the people in government departments who receive more than salaries from the government departments, in addition to the benefits that the employee will earn from the bank, which will be settled from the advances, loans and banking facilities.”

He demanded that “the employees to settle their salaries in any bank they see fit for their aspirations,” noting that “this measure will do the relationship between citizens and banks and will rebuild confidence for the banking sector.

URGENT House of Representatives postponed its meeting to next Thursday

Release date: 2019/1/8 12:22

(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) postponed the House of Representatives held its regular session scheduled Tuesday to Thursday.

A parliamentary source told the {Euphrates News}, that the postponement of the meeting “because there is no quorum for the opening of the session.”

Parliament was scheduled to resume its regular session today