“Good Timing” – Sat. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ MilitiaMan 6-18-21



MilitiaMan » June 18th, 2021

Sounds like they have E-Governance ready to hit the ground running next week. E-Gov is now an essential and integral part of the way things are going to get done. More good timing.. imo ~ MM

Samson » June 18th, 2021

Disclosure of new developments regarding e-governance programs

09:00 – 18/06/2021

The Ministry of Commerce announced new developments regarding e-governance programs.

The Director-General of the Legal Department in the Ministry, Zahra Shaiban, said, in a statement received by “The Information”, that “in light of the directives of the Prime Minister and the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to automate the ministries of the state and give the utmost importance to this area as it represents an essential and important pillar in the development of work and progress in it in steps. The correct one is the success that will cut off corruption and the corrupt.”

And she added, “The Ministry of Commerce has reached advanced stages in electronic governance programs, as a contract will be signed in the coming days with the Iraq Gateway Company for electronic payment regarding the electronic ration card, as well as the case for the Companies Registrar Department.


And she added, “The rest of the steps will be completed in order to raise Iraq’s level in the international assessment and the serious work of all cadres of the ministry.”  LINK

MilitiaMan » June 18th, 2021

Next week is in a short period of time. They will have it completed next week.?. That sure sounds good to me..

Iobey777 » June 18th, 2021

I really like , “ it will END next week!!” Sounds good to me too!!

Samson » June 18th, 2021

Source: A committee from Baghdad arrives in Erbil and checks the region’s imports


06/18/2021 00:06:44

A source in the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers revealed that an audit committee has arrived from Baghdad to Erbil, to audit the region’s imports,” noting that “the committee’s work will end next week.”

The source stated, on Thursday, that the committee began checking the imports of the border crossings of the Kurdistan region, and there will be no “argument preventing sending the Kurdistan region’s share of the general budget” after the committee completes its work.

The Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar, said that “the Finance Committee consists of a specialized cadre, and it will work to audit the imports of the Kurdistan Region.” And the Federal Council of Ministers decided at its meeting on Tuesday to send 200 billion dinars per month as financial dues from the Kurdistan region’s share of the general budget.
The decision of the Council of Ministers came, after completing the process of auditing the data on the non-oil imports of the Kurdistan region, by the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau and in coordination with the Office of Financial Supervision in the Kurdistan Region.
According to the information, the specified amount of the Kurdistan region’s share will be disbursed retroactively, starting from January 1, 2021, and on this basis, one trillion and 200 billion dinars will be sent as financial dues to employees’ salaries for the first half of the current year. LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


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