Cabinet's Law Committee Meeting Held

The Cabinet’s Law Committee meeting was held Sunday afternoon under the chairmanship of Professor Sarwar Danesh, the second vice president and chairman of the committee.

At the meeting, the Committee discussed the draft regulation of the field activity privileges of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum and the draft law of the Supreme Audit Office.

The members of the meeting discussed the draft regulation of the field activity privileges of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, which were presented by the ministry at the meeting and which were duly approved by the members of the committee after deliberation.

This draft regulation is designed and set out to determine the size of field activities and encourages ministry staff in field activities.

It was also decided that the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Officers' Field Activity Privileges Draft Regulation would be submitted to the Government Cabinet for subsequent steps.

At the meeting of the Committee, the draft law of the Supreme Audit Office was also discussed. The draft law aims to regulate the revenue and expenditure affairs of government departments, to ensure transparency in the proper use of public funds, to provide transparency and accountability in the performance of government departments, to regulate the formation, duties and powers of the supreme audit office, investigating and securing the rights and obligations of the authorities under investigation were also formulated.

The Chair and members of the law Committee's meeting detailed their views on how the drafting, form and content of this draft law were to be implemented.

Following a discussion by members of the meeting about the plan, it was decided that a technical committee comprised of representatives from the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Finance, National Security Council, Supreme Audit Office, and other relevant agencies The Ministry of Justice headed by the Ministry of Justice will once again review the draft law and submit it to the law committee for approval.