Head of the National Iraqi Alliance, Sayyid Ammar al-Hakim, called to assemble executive councils in the provinces that will serve as the Council of Ministers in the federal government, these formed councils gather the governor and his deputies and directors of departments in those provinces, stressing the need to give the provinces in the chance to success in transferring powers process and the establishment of administrative decentralization.\r\n
His eminence explained that the task of these executive councils is to coordinate between the different departments in the governorate and facilitate the executive procedures according to valid laws and regulations.\r\n
His eminence stressed the need to form a higher council to foster investment in each governorate this council is headed by the governor; and the members who are included are relevant departments to investment aspects. The council is to determine investment opportunities and plans of the province facilitate procedures and give investment permits to emerge from delusions plagued circles of corruption and disruption.\r\n
This took place during his eminence speech at ceremony celebrating the achievements GSP/Taqadum legacy of decentralization, which was held on Sunday, 21/5/2017 in Baghdad. His eminence emphasized \"We have to amend Law 21 amendment to clearly define the competency and proficiency of heads of administrative units, district and sub-districts councils, who have no clear power and they lost their responsibilities. \"\r\n
His Eminence urged assembling Local Service Council within the context of the Federal Service Law, which gave an opportunity to the provinces and authorized them to form similar councils in each province to regulate local affairs and set specific rules and regulations for filling government posts and setting up controls for promotion.\r\n
His eminence also pointed to the importance of assembling a specialized authority to monitor the profits of provinces and sectors within the federal functions, as stipulated in Article 5 of the Iraqi Constitution, the federal government ministries are concerned to distribute and organize administrative appointments according to population ratios in the provinces.\r\n
The head of the National Iraqi Alliance stressed the need to form a body to monitor the distribution of federal income based on Article 6 of the Constitution, which requires the federal government to spend its budget according to population ratios, calling for completing the transfer of powers stipulated in Law 21, which needs a great effort and work to finalize these steps, bearing in mind there are many authorities that are not put to be transferred until the moment.