Kurdistan: a public campaign to keep the minister in the next government


Asus Ckramaana Secretary of Labor has the support of civil society organizations
ASUS Najib Ckramaana («Middle East»)
Erbil: Shirzad Shaikhani
in the popular movement is the first of its kind in the history of experience in governance in the Kurdistan Region, a group of civil society organizations and those with special needs a memorandum to the presidencies of 3 ( region and the parliament and the government) demanding to retain the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Asus Najib Ckramaana caving in her coming to the Government of the province. They underlined that they would not accept to other in the ministry. This call coincides with the announcement of the imminent transfer of power in Kurdistan between the two main parties (the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan led by Iraqi President Jalal Talabani and the Kurdistan Democratic Party led by Massoud Barzani, president of the province). Preparing Vice President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Barzani, to return to assume the presidency of the government from its current president, Barham Salih, Deputy Secretary-General of the National Union, and the formation of a new ministry for the remaining two years of the mandate of the Government of the Territory, which ends by the time of legislative elections in 2013. and Secretary Asus Najib which took office with the start of the Government of Barham Salih in October (October) of 2009 seemed the most active ministers of the current government, and have had field trips and various activities for people with special needs and families of poor and destitute, and had first to pass several laws in the Kurdistan Parliament summarized Abbas Akram, Director of the Information Office of the Ministry, told «Middle East», said: «It has been able at the beginning of Tsenmha office of the law passed in the parliament of Kurdistan special people with special needs and authenticated after long years of stagnation within the committees of Parliament, has also succeeded in the allocation of salaries monthly for the broad categories of income of the poor and vulnerable, including monthly salaries dedicated to people with special needs, and the allocation of grant of unemployment for graduates of universities and institutes, and to increase the salaries covered by a network of social welfare.

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