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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Oct 07, 2019 11:28 pm

The Iraqi government will launch a new package of resolutions on Tuesday

The Iraqi government will launch a new package of resolutions on Tuesday Mahdi

2019/10/07 07:02:02
 
The Council of Ministers will announce a package of important and new decisions to be issued at its meeting on Tuesday, according to the Iraqi News Agency "conscious".

The Council of Ministers, in its extraordinary session last Saturday, issued the first package of decisions to meet the demands of the demonstrators; Of benefits.

The first incentive package also included the inclusion of 150,000 unemployed people with a monthly grant, granting the unemployed money, loans and land for projects, contracting with volunteer lecturers, and exempting farmers from the lease amounts of the agricultural lands that they owed previously.

Earlier this month, Baghdad and southern provinces witnessed mass demonstrations demanding better services, fighting corruption and providing jobs that led to the deaths and injuries of demonstrators and security forces, prompting the government to declare a curfew in a number of provinces. .

The Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, during a telephone conversation with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the control of security forces and stability, and the government offers a package of reforms and measures and continue to provide more in the coming days to meet the demands of citizens.

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