Secretariat of the Council of Ministers calls to speed up the completion of the proje
Secretariat of the Council of Ministers calls to speed up the completion of the project e-governance
[Where - Baghdad]
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, to speed up the completion of the project e-governance.
According to a statement of the Secretariat of the Agency has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of which was that "the Secretary-General of the Council of Minister Mahdi Keywords presided over the Council Agents Monthly ministries, to activate the role of agents in the decisions of the Cabinet and the Council reviewed the structure of the Commission on the implementation of e-governance and the recommendations of the Committee during the last meetings, and the stages of laws and legislations chock for the work of the Commission, which functions entrusted to the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers. "
The Secretary-General expressed his hope Bhetwasal all agents with the Secretariat of the Commission for the completion of the e-governance as soon as possible, and gain time and effort required of ministers, agents and general managers in state institutions.
The statement added that "The Council discussed the topics included on the agenda of the Cabinet table mechanism, and the need to send proposals of the ministries to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to move beyond the subject of the lack of clarity of some texts Aotardha with other laws, and through the walk things through the form filled in by the Minister or agent to study the proposal and sent to the Council of Ministers. "
He pointed out that "The meeting touched on the order of priorities of the government program for the years 2017 and 2018, and Mtbuniat General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in this program, as well as to discuss the reappointment of resolution No. 1 for the year 2016 an exception, and the rationalization of electricity consumption in the public sector departments and the mechanism to pay electricity bills, and the inclusion of higher-education campaign workers in the ministries except the Ministry of Higher Education and scientific research, a unified law. "