The Council of Ministers approved on Tuesday the registration of the draft comprehensive electronic tax system, and decided to prepare a plan to transfer powers to the liberated governorates during the next year.
“The Council of Ministers held its regular session on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. The Council discussed the items on the agenda and issued a number of resolutions on them,” the Cabinet Information Office said in a press statement. And the authorization of the Higher Committee for Investment and Reconstruction to decide on the issue in the light of a formula that determines the path of resolving the ownership of the land without delay the procedures of investment of the signatories mentioned.
The Cabinet added that “the Cabinet approved the third amendment to the system of nursing homes for the elderly No. 4 of 1985, which was verified by the Council of State,” noting that “he decided that the Supreme Authority for Coordination between the provinces prepare a plan to transfer powers to the liberated provinces during 2018 after the completion of requirements Stability of Nineveh, Salah al-Din and Anbar, and regular regular meetings of the provincial councils for a period of four months after the adoption of the budget 2018.
The Ministry of Finance has approved the registration of the comprehensive electronic tax system in accordance with the provisions of the guide for partnership projects with the private sector, pointing out that “the Council of Ministers approved the establishment of the Ministry of Finance / General Authority for Taxation and the Advisory Office of Information Systems, (The private sector) by following the method of direct invitation to start the project above.
It is noteworthy that the Council of Ministers held on Tuesday every week a session to discuss the draft laws and developments at various levels of political, economic and social.