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Deputy for the law: the transfer of powers of local governments put to the test in front of audiences
Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: MP for the coalition of state law from the province of Dhi Qar, Ali Safi, Thursday, that the transfer of powers would put local governments on the line in front of audiences to provide services and raise the profile of the provinces.
Safi said in a statement received "tomorrow Press," that "the transfer of powers from ministries to local governments is an important step and a constitutional action that would eliminate administrative red tape and bureaucracy and salvation of the narrow central to the work of state institutions."
He added that "This decision will put local governments face to face in front of audiences and at stake for the advancement of the real responsibilities, service delivery and raise the profile of the provinces."
He pointed out that "the decentralized system is Platform institutional framework in force in most other countries as the transfer of powers and devolution of power from the central government to the provinces is an important step in support of local governments under the Constitution."
The government announced that the transfer of powers from ministries to local governments process actually entered into force as of the day on Wednesday, while the House of Representatives voted on the recommendations of the coordinating body for the transfer of the powers of eight ministries to the provinces.