Shafaq News/ On Saturday, the Iraqi Council of Ministers took a number of decisions, most notably salaries and money laundering, as well as the work of private generators.
This came after holding its regular session chaired by the Speaker of the Council, Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The Minister of Communications, Arkan Al-Shaibani, said in a press conference followed by Shafak News Agency, “The Cabinet decided to adopt the price of fuel supplied to generators at 250 dinars per liter, and also decided to increase the quantities of fuel supplied to owners of private generators.”
He added, “The Council of Ministers decided to increase the quantities of fuel supplied to owners of private generators,” noting “the opening of outlets to sell kerosene in the governorates at the official price for owners of private generators.”
Al-Shaibani stressed, “Registering unregistered private generators covered by the kerosene quota.”
He added, “The Council of Ministers allocates three billion dinars to fill the salary deficit in the Office of the Ministry of Interior.”
The Council also voted on the fourth annual report of the Anti-Money Laundering Council, according to Al-Shaibani, who said that “Iraq has made great progress in the field of combating money laundering.”
He continued, “The Cabinet directed the governors not to interfere with the operational policy of water distributions.”