Important decisions of the Council of Ministers {expanded}


Release date: 2019/2/26 22:12 
The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday, chaired by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, and discussed many issues, and issued several resolutions relating to housing loans and allocations of agricultural engineers and health professionals and contract employees.
A statement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office received the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it that the Council “approved the amendment of its resolution No. 12 of 2019 on how to address the issue of employees hired contracts or wages in the ministries and ministries not associated with the Ministry.” 
The Council of Ministers also decided “to appoint applicants on vacant grades within the General Directorate for the cultivation of Wasit, based on the instructions of appointment on the grades resulting from the movement of owners No. 4 of 2018.” 
The Council of Ministers voted to “amend the ceilings and duration of lending to the Iraqi Housing Fund, and on the development of the sewerage project of Husseiniya, the Council approved the authorization of ministers of reconstruction and planning the authority to determine the amounts of investment and price differences and the consequent increase in cost.”
The Council of Ministers decided “to increase the allocations of agricultural engineers and health professionals, where the approval of the inclusion of agricultural engineers in the Council of Ministers Decision No. 233 of 2008, and the allocation of 30% of the nominal salary for health professionals, and raising housing for health professionals up to the third degree and all Addresses that does not entail the creation of functional titles and to accommodate the job description that. 
The Council of Ministers decided to “install the contracts of the Ministry of Electricity and approve the introduction of degrees of employment for the purpose of fixing public companies and directorates funded.” 
The Council approved the recommendation of the Ministerial Council for Energy Affairs on the extension of the contract for the purchase of electric power with the Iranian company. 
The Council voted to extend the contract of EPC with the Korean consortium for the Karbala Refinery project, and agreed to cooperate with the UNAMI Fund for Reconstruction and Recovery.

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