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The House of Representatives begins the new legislative session next Saturday - Page 11 Empty The Parliamentary Crisis Cell holds its first meeting headed by Al-Kaabi and takes 10 decisions and recommendations

Post by claud39 on Mon Mar 23, 2020 8:52 am

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The Parliamentary Committee in charge of confronting the Corona epidemic held today, Sunday 22 March 2020, its first meeting chaired by Mr. Hassan Karim Al Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives and its entire members, in the presence of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Hazim Al Jumaili and Director General of the Ministry of Public Health in the Ministry, Dr. Riyad Abdel Amir.

The meeting discussed the latest developments regarding health conditions throughout the country and the procedures followed from the ministerial crisis cell and institutions related to facing the Corona epidemic, in addition to the most important needs of the government cell during this emergency and activating decisions and recommendations in this regard.

During the closing of the parliamentary meeting, the following recommendations and decisions were agreed upon:

1. Agreement that the deputy, Dr. Jawad al-Moussawi, be the rapporteur of the Parliamentary Committee, and Representative Dr. Faleh Al-Ziyadi as a media spokesperson for it.

2. Agreement to add the heads of the ministerial crisis cell in the governorates, “conservative gentlemen” and gentlemen of health directors in the governorates to the Parliamentary Committee.

3. Contracting with retired medical and health cadres, graduates of medical and health colleges for the past year, and lingering in referring medical and health cadres and excluding them from the provisions of the Retirement Law No. 9 of 2014 as amended.

4. Requesting the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance to exclude the Ministry of Health from contracting and purchasing instructions and import all necessary medical equipment and supplies to treat patients and protect medical and health cadres, as well as excluding them from the implementation of government contracts for the year 2014 and to follow other instructions and accept donations outside the controls in respect of the corona epidemic exclusively This is due to the urgent circumstances that the country is going through that requires giving full powers of exchange to the crisis cell charged with confronting this epidemic.

5. Call on the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance to provide the Ministry of Health with all its financial needs, due to the lack of financial allocations allocated to the Ministry regarding the response to the Corona epidemic, and to transfer an amount of $ 50 million quickly from the Ministry of Health's allocation for use in purchasing a number and requirements for prevention and treatment.

6. Recommend to support the health and medical cadres “financially and morally” and provide them with all means of care and attention as the first blocking wall and the basis for facing this disease.

7. Inviting the government crisis cell and the relevant authorities to activate the Public Health Law with all its provisions.

8. Inviting the Commander of Baghdad Operations, the Governor of Baghdad, and the Capital Secretariat to facilitate all procedures related to the burial of those who died due to the Coronavirus.

9. Requesting the Ministry of Commerce to distribute two or three meals of the ration card items to citizens during this week.

10. Requiring mobile phone companies and the Internet to consider local calls and the Internet “free” during this month, to support citizens sitting in homes throughout the days of the ban.



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The Iraqi government Crisis Cell announced a series of additional measures to curb the spread of Covid-19. The measures include:

Extending the curfew in Baghdad and all of Iraq until 11:00 pm on Saturday, 28 March. 


The curfew excludes pharmacies, medicine stores, food stores, bakeries and petrol stations. It also excludes medical, security and media personnel, and staff of internet service providers (ISPs)

Schools, universities, and colleges to remain closed until Saturday 28 March

Flights to and from Iraq to remain suspended until Saturday 28 March

The Municipality of Baghdad and municipal departments in the provinces are directed to suspend the collection of levies and other financial dues from residents to ease the financial burden caused by the coronavirus

Relevant authorities are directed to suspended deductions for loans from the salaries of all state employees

Requests the Ministry of Finance to transfer US$50 million to the Ministry of Health accounts to purchase medicines and medical supplies

Declaring the period of the coronavirus crisis a force majeure for all projects and contracts effective from 20 February, 2020

The Crisis Cell also announced that it will submit a request to the Council of Representatives (Parliament) to grant Iraq’s Ministry of Health the power to spend funds in its efforts to combat the coronavirus  and to exempt it from all relevant laws and regulations.

The Iraqi authorities earlier announced other measures, including banning entry into Iraq passengers arriving from France, Turkey, Spain, Nigeria, China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Singapore, Italy, Kuwait, and Bahrain.
The authorities also banned all travel between Iraqi provinces.

Crisis Cell underscores that the public must follow the advice of Iraq’s Ministry of Health and that of the World Health Organization.
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On Thursday, the Cabinet discussed developments in the health, economic and service conditions and efforts to confront Corona virus, stressing the readiness for the next stage.

The media office of the president of the council said, in a statement received by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "the cabinet held its regular session, headed by Deputy Prime Minister and Oil Minister Thamer Al-Ghadban," noting that "the council conducted a review of the health, economic, financial and service conditions in the country in the face of countermeasures Corona pandemic, curfew, easing burdens on the general public, and preparations for the next stage.

The Cabinet listened to "a detailed explanation provided by the Minister of Health and Environment Jaafar Sadiq Allawi, the technical representative and the Director General of the Ministry of Public Health in the ministry on the developments of efforts to prevent the spread of the epidemic and the ongoing preparations throughout Iraq."

And discussing "the necessary measures related to providing services and strategic storage of foodstuffs and ensuring the facilitation of marketing agricultural products between the governorates and related services, as well as examining the requests of Iraqis residing abroad to return to the country, where the ministers presented their observations and proposals."

The Cabinet conducted an "assessment of the implementation of the curfew, the extent of its commitment to it, cooperation between health and security agencies, the importance of intensifying preventive campaigns, awareness-raising efforts, and health advice."

The Council of Ministers renewed the call to all citizens, "the necessity to adhere to the curfew and health instructions, and to avoid any gathering and mixing in order to ensure their safety."

According to the statement, the council reassured the citizens of "measures to achieve food security and provide the needs of citizens and the necessary services", expressing "its appreciation for the efforts made by the crisis cell and health teams across the country."





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The Cabinet held its regular weekly meeting in Baghdad on Thursday under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Oil, Thamir Ghadhban.


The Cabinet reviewed the impact of restrictions to contain Covid-19, including curfews, on the health, financial and service sectors, and discussed measures to lessen the burden on Iraqis.


The Cabinet received briefings from the Minister of Health, Dr. Jaafar Allawi and senior officials on current measures to contain the spread of the epidemic in Iraq.


The Cabinet urged all citizens to abide by curfew regulations and follow the advice of health professionals, including practicing social distancing and avoiding gathering for their own safety and that of all Iraqis.


The Cabinet discussed measures to ensure food security, continuation of essential services, transport of agricultural produce between provinces and requests from a number of Iraqi citizens abroad who wish to return home but are unable to do so because of current restrictions on air travel in several countries.


The Cabinet thanked the Crisis Cell for its role in mobilising national efforts to contain Covid-19, and expressed its gratitude to Iraqi health teams, security forces, volunteers and community leaders for their hard work and dedication at this difficult time.


The Cabinet decided to:



  • Extend the curfew to 11 April 2020 in all regions of Iraq, and for current exemptions to be maintained

  • Direct all ministries, public bodies and local authorities to use their financial and other resources such as vehicles and equipment to support the Crisis Cell and the Ministry of Health

  • Authorise the Minister of Health to allow some health professionals who have reached retirement age to continue in their posts for the duration of the crisis.


 
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The Council of Ministers held its regular session, today, Thursday, 26 March 2020, headed by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Oil Mr. Thamer Al-Ghadban.



The Council reviewed the health, economic, financial and service conditions in the country in light of the procedures to confront the Corona epidemic and the curfew, and reduce the burdens on citizens in general, and preparations for the next stage .



The Cabinet listened to a detailed explanation provided by the Minister of Health and Environment Dr. Jaafar Sadiq Allawi, the technical representative and the Director General of the Ministry of Public Health in the ministry on the developments of efforts to prevent the spread of the epidemic and the ongoing preparations throughout Iraq.



The Council of Ministers discussed the necessary measures related to providing services and strategic storage of foodstuffs and ensuring the facilitation of agricultural products marketing between governorates and related services
On the other hand, he discussed the requests of Iraqis residing abroad to return to the country, where the ministers presented their observations and proposals .



The Cabinet evaluated the implementation of the curfew, the extent of its commitment to it, cooperation between health and security agencies, the importance of intensifying preventive campaigns, awareness-raising efforts, and health advice   .



The Cabinet renewed the call for all citizens to adhere to the curfew and health guidelines and avoid any gathering and mixing in order to ensure their safety, and that the Council reassures citizens on the procedures for achieving food security and providing the needs of citizens and the necessary services, expressing his appreciation for the efforts made by the crisis cell and health teams in the country in general praising the spirit Solidarity, volunteer campaigns and community support, and the efforts of the security forces in all their formations .



The Cabinet issued a number of decisions, including the following    :
 


  • The curfew has been extended until the date 11-4-2020 in all regions of Iraq and with the same current exceptions, and the Prime Minister is empowered to grant the necessary additional exceptions .



  • The ministries and entities not affiliated with the Ministry and all governorates use their efforts and resources to support the Diwaniya Command Committee (No. 55 of 2020) and the Ministry of Health in the governorates with the money, equipment, vehicles, etc. they need by donating or loaning or otherwise, to help them to combat and contain the spread of Corona Virus The committee and the Ministry of Health have the authority to receive donations and in-kind donations from donors from outside Iraq .



  • The Minister of Health is empowered to approve the continuation of the work of a number of health and medical professionals not exceeding (10) after referring them to retirement and their disintegration as a contract with the same amounts they are currently receiving from salaries and allowances until the end of the Corona virus crisis .



  • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall provide the necessary housing for workers in the embassies and missions abroad who have reached the legal age for referral to retirement or have completed the period of postponing the disengagement until the border ports are opened .









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The Cabinet directs all ministries to provide full support to the Corona Virus 

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The Council of Ministers decided in its twelfth regular session, held on 3/26/2020, that all ministries and entities not affiliated with a ministry in all governorates should use their efforts and resources to support the Diwaniya Committee No. 55 of 2020 and the Ministry of Health and Environment and its departments in the governorates with the funds, equipment, vehicles, and other things they need By donating, loaning, or otherwise, to help it fight and contain the spread of (Corona Virus).


According to the decision, the committee and the Ministry of Health and Environment have the authority to receive donations and in-kind donations from donors from outside Iraq (individuals and individuals) to dispose of them in the fight against the epidemic, provided that the Ministry subsequently notifies the Ministry of Finance of this in order to take over the last registration adjustments.




The Council of Ministers creates a committee to handle the requests of the owners of private mills


The Council of Ministers formed a committee to handle the requests of the owners of private mills in Iraq.

The Council of Ministers decision stated that a representative of the Ministry of Commerce should assume the chairmanship of the committee, membership of representatives of the ministries of finance and planning, and a representative of the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau and the Integrity Commission and the owners of mills in Iraq.

The committee shall study the requests indicated in the letter of the Ministry of Commerce on 3/3/2020 and submit the necessary recommendations on the subject to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers within a period of one month starting from the date of issuing this decision.

And granting the Council of Ministers the authority to use the committee as it deems appropriate from other government agencies.

The Cabinet approves direct contracting for a guarantee fund at the Ministry of Defense to provide for the requirements of corona protection


The Cabinet agreed that the Health Insurance Fund in the Ministry of Defense would directly contract to purchase requirements for health protection from Virus Corona for the Ministry’s employees for the period from 3/26/2020 to 7/31/2020.
The fund covers the expenses of staying in government hospitals, in addition to the expenses of medical examination and treatment in consulting clinics and hospitals.


The Council of Ministers: Imam Hussain, forty days, Iraqi volunteering


The Council of Ministers approved the recommendation of the Ministerial Council for Social Services regarding the adoption of the twentieth day of the month (Safar) of each year (forty years of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him), the Iraqi day for volunteer work.


The Council of Ministers decides to extend the curfew until April 11 in the regions of the country in general 

The Council of Ministers decided to continue the blanket curfew until the date of 11-4-2020 throughout Iraq, and with the same current exceptions.
The decision authorizes the Prime Minister to grant the necessary additional exceptions.


The Cabinet approves the receipt of medical supplies and materials from donors to fight the emerging coronavirus


The Council of Ministers agreed at its 11th regular session, held on 7/2/۱۷, to accept the donation made by the charity regarding supplying supplies and necessary materials for combating the Corona virus (such as (fogging materials, sprayers of those materials, masks, paws, etc.) under the supervision of the crisis cell formed according to the order Al-Diwani No. (55) for the year of ۲۰۲۰, and the governorates undertake to receive them duly, with the exception of the instructions issued.


The Council of Ministers establishes a Higher Committee for National Health and Safety with the aim of combating the new Corona Virus pandemic


The Council of Ministers decided at its 12th regular session, held on 3/26/2020
To amend his decision No. (64) for the year 2020, according to the following:

1. Forming a Supreme Committee for National Health and Safety with the aim of combating the emerging Corona Virus (19-COVID) pandemic, which will develop policies and public plans, oversee their implementation, take major decisions, enhance integration between all executive bodies, and coordinate with legislative and judicial authorities and international bodies related to combating the spread of HIV and authorizing The aforementioned committee is the most exclusive of the powers of the cabinet, and it is the supreme body concerned with combating the spread of the virus, and all cells, committees, and other related formations are linked to it. 

2. The aforementioned Supreme Committee is chaired by the Prime Minister and membership of the ministers (oil, finance, planning, external, internal, higher education, scientific research, trade, health, agriculture, work, social affairs, transportation, and communications), the Secretary-General, the Cabinet, the director of the Prime Minister’s Office, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, and the National Security Adviser And advisors to the Prime Minister who is appointed by him, the Chairman of the Advisors Committee, the Deputy Commander of Joint Operations, the personal secretary of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, the head of the Secretariat of the Supreme Commission for the Coordination of Governorates For border ports and a representative of the Kurdistan Region and Chairman of the Advisory Committee in the Ministry of Health and Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of the executive arm of the Communications and Media Commission and the President of the Iraqi Media Network and Head of the Legal Department of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Director of the Information Office of the Prime Minister

3. The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers / Cabinet Affairs and Committees Department shall perform the duties of the rapporteur, and the Prime Minister may add or delete members of the committee according to the requirements of the public interest

4. The bodies represented in the National Committee for Health and Safety composed of the above, each according to its specialization, shall study all the effects of the epidemic or the remedial and preventive measures to combat it, and submit recommendations to the Supreme Committee for decision.

5. The aforementioned Higher Committee for National Health and Safety, forming cells or subcommittees assigned to specific tasks and linked to the Supreme Committee.

6. The Committee for Diwaniya Order No. (55) for the year 2020 is responsible for the direct medicinal and preventive aspects and the provision of health services to citizens. The committee submits its recommendations to the Prime Minister for approval.


7. The Minister of Health grants the authority to conduct transfers from one disbursement unit to another disbursement unit with the approval of the Minister of Finance in line with the provisions of Article (25) first of the Federal Financial Management Law No. (6) for the year 2019 and contract for the purpose of confronting the virus, with the exception of instructions to implement government contracts No. (2) of 2014, provided that contracts are audited by the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau within a maximum period of five days from the date of sending the contract.


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[ltr]The Council of Ministers directed in its twelfth regular session, held on 3/26/2020, that the ministries (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Interior, Health and Transport) and other relevant departments take appropriate measures to facilitate the return of Iraqis abroad and those who have passed since their departure
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From Iraq for a period not exceeding (3) months, except for residents.

The Council’s directive required that all travelers upon their return
to Iraq undergo medical examination and quarantine according to the instructions of the Ministry of Health to ensure that they were not infected, as stated in the directive that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through its embassies and missions abroad, continues to prepare a base for the
Corona virus, while giving necessary information to Iraqis who have recently traveled It includes a list of this important information for the purpose of submitting it to the Committee of Diwaniya No. (55) for the year 2020.





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Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi on Sunday chaired the first meeting of the Higher Committee for Health and National Safety.


The Committee was established to direct and coordinate Iraq’s national efforts to combat Covid-19.


The Prime Minister, on behalf of the Iraqi people, thanked medical teams for being on the frontline delivering care to fellow Iraqis during the Covid-19 pandemic, and for doing so under challenging and difficult conditions.


The Prime Minister also thanked the Iraqi armed and security forces, and friendly countries for supporting Iraq’s efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19.


The Prime Minister praised the work of the Government Crisis Cell, which will continue to oversee health and preventative measures in relation to Covid-19.


The committee received a briefing from the Minister of Health on the latest developments, and the ongoing efforts to contain the pandemic in Iraq.


The Committee discussed the economic impact of Covid-19 on Iraqis and the necessary mechanisms to support citizens at this time. The Committee also reviewed procedures to facilitate the entry of goods and foodstuff through Iraq’s border crossings.


The Committee discussed a number of proposed additional measures to contain the spread of  Covid-19, including the proposal to grant an amnesty to prisoners who have not been found guilty of committing serious crimes, acts of terrorism or corruption.


The Committee will announce its final decisions in relation to these measures at a later date.


The Higher Committee for Health and National Safety was established by order of the Cabinet on 26 March 2020 to direct and coordinate Iraq’s national efforts to combat Covid-19.


The  Committee, which is chaired by the Prime Minister, includes several ministers, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, the National Security Adviser, and a number of other officials.


The Committee is mandated with setting out policies, and adopting the necessary measures to contain Covid-19.


It will also coordinate with the Council of Representatives (Parliament), the judicial authorities, as well as relevant international organisations.


The Government Crisis Cell will continue to have responsibility for taking the necessary preventive measures and the delivery of Covid-19 health services, subject to the approval of the Prime Minister.

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Parliamentary Crisis: There is no legal objection to sending the budget to Parliament to confront Corona


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The Parliamentary Crisis Cell confirmed, on Monday, that there is no legal objection to sending the financial budget to Parliament by the government, stating that approving the budget will end the crisis of providing funds in the face of Corona.

The committee's spokesman, Faleh Al-Ziyadi, said in a statement to "Information" that "the resigned government avoided sending the budget to parliament not because there was no legal basis, but because of the large budget deficit without the government finding any solution to this crisis."

Al-Ziyadi added, "The sending of the budget and an amendment by the House of Representatives, especially regarding the allocations of the Ministry of Health, will contribute to strengthening the war against Corona in Iraq at an early date."

The spokesperson for the cell pointed out that "the parliament crisis cell is in continuous contract with all government agencies in order to import medical supplies and health tools that contribute to the ruins of life."


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The Parliament Crisis Cell decides to host the Ministers of Planning and Agriculture for a meeting tomorrow, Thursday

Today, Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the Parliament Crisis Cell held the sixth meeting chaired by Mr. Hassan Karim Al Kaabi, First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, in the presence of the Chairman of the Security and Defense Committee, Mr. Mohammad Reza Al Haider, Chairman of the Higher Education Committee, Mrs. Ghaida Kambash, and its entire members.

This meeting was devoted to hosting the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Mr. Bassem Abdel-Zaman, to discuss the urgent measures taken by the Ministry to support the needy families and the owners of daily sustenance, and expedite the payment of social protection salaries to other eligible families.

Al-Kaabi agreed with the Minister of Labor to release salaries for 67 additional sixty seven thousand families who were affected during the current circumstance, especially after the existence of adequate financial allocations to them by the Ministry, calling on all ministries to invest their resources available to relief the owners of daily sustenance and the vulnerable segments present throughout the country.

Member of the Finance Committee, Dr. Majida Al-Tamimi, presented during the meeting a review of a number of proposals to address the financial crisis and the availability of cash liquidity in the country, which is one of the most important challenges facing the achievement of food security for the citizen during the crisis of Corona.

Al-Kaabi appreciated the role of the Ministry of Labor in assigning exceptional emergency cases in the country, calling for the need to provide all kinds of support and synergy and coordination with social solidarity programs and the owners of donations that work together to overcome the crisis, praising the contribution of the Association of Iraqi banks and donors and Iraqi located in China through Donate to buy the necessary medical equipment and supplies.

At the end of the meeting, the cell decided to host the ministers of planning and agriculture at a meeting tomorrow, Thursday, calling on all parliamentary committees to complete their urgent proposals to meet the financial challenge that is fully related to addressing the current crisis.



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The House of Representatives begins the new legislative session next Saturday - Page 11 Empty Covid-19: Higher Committee for Health and National Safety announces key measures

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[size=32]Covid-19: Higher Committee for Health and National Safety announces key measures[/size]


02 Apr 2020



[size=32]The House of Representatives begins the new legislative session next Saturday - Page 11 Covid
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Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi on Wednesday chaired a meeting of the Higher Committee for Health and National Safety.
The Committee was established to direct and coordinate  Iraq ’s national efforts to combat Covid-19.


The Committee agreed a number of measures, including:



  • Exempting all medicines, medical supplies and devices, diagnostic and laboratory equipment from import license regulations

  • Transferring 50 million US dollars to the General Company for Marketing Medicines and Medical Supplies

  • Establishing a committee to assess current and future market needs in terms of food, medical supplies and agricultural produce, with a mandate to promote Iraqi products

  • Facilitating the transit of lorries and refrigerated trucks carrying foodstuff, agricultural products, medical and veterinary materials between provinces and within cities

  • Monitoring the prices of essential goods to ensure that they remain stable, and to take measures against profiteers, according to law

  • Facilitating the transport of agricultural harvesters and livestock between provinces

  • Establishing a committee at the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to investigate and report on support mechanisms for workers in the private sector during Covid-19

  • Establishing a committee to be chaired by the Minister of Planning to report on the financial impact of Covid-19 on citizens, and to suggest options to provide financial support to affected groups, especially those on low income






The Committee also discussed declaring a national day of solidarity to show support for those leading the national effort to combat Covid-19, to thank all Iraqis for their steadfastness and unity, and to pay the nation's respect to Iraqi families who lost loved ones because of Covid-19.
During the proposed national day of solidarity, which will be specified later, sirens will sound at a particular moment in the day, and the national anthem will be played on all TV channels, radio stations and other media throughout Iraq .
The Higher Committee for Health and National Safety, which is chaired by the Prime Minister, includes several ministers, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, the Governor of the Central Bank of  Iraq , the National Security Adviser, and a number of other officials.
The Committee is mandated with setting out policies, and adopting the necessary measures to contain Covid-19.
It will also coordinate with the Council of Representatives (Parliament), the judicial authorities, as well as relevant international organizations.
The Government Crisis Cell will continue to have responsibility for taking the necessary preventive measures and the delivery of Covid-19 health services, subject to the approval of the Prime Minister.
 
For the latest Covid-19 updates ,  please visit:    https://www.facebook.com/MOH.GOV.IQ/




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The House of Representatives begins the new legislative session next Saturday - Page 11 Empty Cabinet discusses Covid-19, other developments, policies

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02 Apr 2020



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The Cabinet held its regular weekly meeting in Baghdad on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Oil, Thamir Ghadhban.

The meeting was conducted via video conferencing.

The Cabinet discussed Covid-19, the needs of the health sector and the impact of the pandemic on the economy and key services.

The Cabinet also discussed other policies, and approved measures to strengthen protection for Iraqi agricultural produce, and support Iraqi gypsum manufactures by imposing additional import duties amounting to 125% per unit of imported gypsum for a period of two years.

For the latest Covid-19 updates and news, please visit:   https://www.facebook.com/MOH.GOV.IQ/


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