Deputy Kurdish: for the transfer of powers to the provinces end next Wednesday 8/3
Deputy Kurdish: for the transfer of powers to the provinces will end next Wednesday
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
MP from the Kurdistan Alliance confirmed Biriwan Khilani, Monday, that the legal period for the transfer of powers from the ministries to the provinces will expire on the fifth of the current month of August, noting that the application of provincial law is moving from the central administration to decentralization. She Khilani in a statement Sumerian received News a copy of it, "The House of Representatives discussed, yesterday, the provincial Law (21) as amended and discussed the possibility of the transfer of the powers of eight ministries of service including health and municipalities, agriculture and education in the presence of most of the governors and heads of provincial councils and representatives of the Minister of State for Provincial Affairs and Minister of Health and Municipalities and Deputy Minister of Agriculture. " She added, "have been listening to the transfer of powers to the provinces and found that the mechanism involved has a great desire for the transfer of powers to them," adding that "the fifth of this month which will end the legal period for the transfer of powers." And it showed, that "the Committee of the Regions and the provinces and the presidency of the parliament with the application of the law, because it is part of the implementation of the government program," asserting that "the application of provincial law is moving from the central administration to decentralization." The head of the House of Representatives said Saleem al-Jubouri, on Sunday (August 2, 2015), that next Wednesday will see the quality of transmission, in the form and content of the administrative and political system in Iraq, stressing that the country, which consists of national and ethnic diverse segments need to decentralization. The Act 21 of 2008 for provincial councils issued by the House of Representatives that the provincial councils regulatory and supervisory powers over all ministries and institutions except the courts, universities and the military.