Cabinet approves the nomination of Thamer Ghadban Secretary General of the Organization (OPEC)

March 6 2012

BAGHDAD – and babysit – The Cabinet has approved the nomination of the President of the advisers in the Secretariat of the Council of Minister Thamer Ghadban Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

He said government spokesman Ali Dabbagh said in a press statement received news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of it on Tuesday: The Council of Ministers approved in its meeting held today, the price adjustment clauses strategic projects being implemented by the private sector entity in the Council of Ministers Resolution No. 197 for the year 2011, according to prevailing prices in local markets such as public sector companies in the resolution mentioned above.

He added that the Council authorized the Supreme Committee of the housing selling residential complexes built by the Ministry of Construction and Housing within the limits prescribed above, noting that the Council decided to exclude projects, the Directorate General of Urban Planning at the Ministry of Municipalities of the decision of the Council of Ministers, which includes the referral of all the draft federal ministries which Akiemha less from (10) billion dinars to the provinces to implement the above projects is the fact that the investment projects with specialist take all administrative actions to amend the budget law within the government went to change some of the paragraphs you see that they contradict the Constitution.

Dabbagh said in his statement: that the Council of Ministers also decided to convert (500) Caravan of which have been delivered to the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the American forces in Diyala province, for the purpose of use in the treatment of overcrowding in the schools because of the earthquake which occurred yesterday in the areas of Tuz and Kirkuk. Q. Q…er/Issue/143/3…anization-opec/ ‎

Cabinet approves the nomination of Thamer Ghadban Secretary General of the Organization (OPEC)