Sulaymaniyah provincial council will meet

12/2/2019 13:06:00


On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, The Sulaymaniyah provincial council will meet in their 51th formal session for negotiating some considerable subjects.


 According to the information which PUKmedia obtained, the amount of the budget will be specified in today's Sulaymaniyah provincial council's formal session, and it will given to the federal government as a project to be worked on.


Other parts of the session will be specialized on updating the council's local program that has been implemented since 2015, and it is been decided to talk on the citizen's settlement loan.


The final part of the session will hold on a discussion of Ranya's surrogate settlement that has been worked as a temporarily assuming the top posting at the ranya's surrogate yet.



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