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06-27-2015, 08:46 PM
06/27/2015 13:48

Central and southern provinces reiterates its commitment to the transfer of powers and decentralization work

Tomorrow Press / Karbala: renewed central and southern governorates, Saturday, adherence to the transfer of powers, calling for government ministries and agencies to abide by the constitution and law, as called for the abolition of the central decisions idle for the validity of the provincial councils in the issuance of domestic legislation.

The governor of Karbala, Akil Turaihi, in a statement read on behalf of the Governors of the central and southern provinces during a joint press conference, held in Jerash Hotel Karbala city center, attended by "tomorrow Press," "The Board of Governors of Babil, Muthanna, Wasit, Diwaniyah, Basra and Dhi Qar, Najaf, Karbala governor and head of its board meeting in Karbala, to deliberate on the transfer of functions and powers of the central ministries to the provinces. " He added Turaihi, "

We declare our adherence to the principle of decentralization, which is a fundamental pillar of democratic transition in the country and affirm our commitment to the implementation of the law on schedule on the sixth of August next." He called Turaihi "ministries and government bodies to abide by the constitution and the law and activate the transfer of powers and work hard including does not affect the interest of the citizen, and in line with the constitutional approach the government program to the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi (http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/product/9781242984938-item.html), "and urged," the abolition of the central decisions idle for the validity of the provincial councils in the issuance of domestic legislation.

" He stressed Turaihi on the need for "the provincial councils and the House of Representatives working on a legislation to ensure to achieve the concept of partnership between the state and the private sector in order to ease the burden on the state. " For his part, the governor of Wasit, owner behind during the conference, "We are fully prepared now to receive powers from the central ministries and decentralization," noting, "Our work over the past period the organization of courses and the development of studies to prepare the work requirements of decentralization. "