Decentralization Committee ends work in Sulaymaniyah, Halabja


20/5/2020 13:44:00
Print
     Decentralization Project Preparation Committee ends work in Sulaymaniyah, Halabja

The he Sulaymaniyah Governorate Council 's Committee for Preparing the Administrative and Financial Decentralization Project, on Wednesday, held its last meeting to prepare the project.

 

The Chairman of the Committee, Barzan Mohamed, said after the meeting during a press conference: "The committee ended its work in the Sulaymaniyah and Halabja governorates, Garmian and Raparin Administrations and met with all the directors of the departments and relevant authorities to enrich the administrative and financial decentralization project."

 

"The committee will soon visit the governorates of Erbil and Duhok to discuss the preparation of the project with the relevant authorities there," explaining that the decentralization project does not violate the law and the constitution.

 

"We need decentralization system in the Kurdistan Region to facilitate the work and affairs of citizens and this system is not only for one province, but includes all the provinces of the Kurdistan Region."

 

He stressed that the decentralization system has legal and constitutional frameworks and not political, and this project will be submitted to the Kurdistan Regional Parliament and government after the completion of the preparation phase.

 

Sulaymaniyah Provincial Council has prepared the administrative decentralization project for governorates and districts, as the council thinks would bring clarity to revenue flows in the Kurdistan Region.

 

 

 

Edited by H.H.

PUKmedia


 

Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris


Thursday, Kurds saluted the seventh anniversary of the assassination of 3 Kurdish women activists in France.

 

The crime took place on January 9, 2013, targeting 3 female Kurdi...


»  3 Kurdish girls die in a fire in Norway
»  Kurdish teenager plays for several European football clubs
 

Quarantined citizen in Sulaymaniyah: services provided are impossible for major countries


One of the citizens inside a quarantine center in the city of Sulaymaniyah said that what the medical and administrative staff provide is not possible for major countries to provide, and that the q...


»  Susan Rice: U.S. has ‘sold out the Kurds’ with Syria move
»  INTERVIEW: Kurdish leader Ilham Ahmed on security in North and East Syria
 

George Floyd: Huge protests against racism held across US


Huge peaceful rallies have taken place across the US against racism and police brutality on the 12th day of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd.

 

Tens of thousands o...


»  WHO warns of exposure of Iraq to a second coronavirus wave
»  PUK an umbrella for coexistence and rapprochement between religions and components

Caricature