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Cabinet meeting approves number of economic bills and decrees

A Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Youssef Chahed adopted a number of economic bills and decrees.

The first draft law concerns the national business register and the second relates to the adoption of the loan agreement signed on January 31, 2018 between Tunisia and the French Development Agency (AFD) to fund a programme to support the governance of state enterprises.

On another level, the Cabinet adopted the Organic Law No. 26-2015 of August 7, 2015 on the fight against terrorism and the repression of money laundering.

According to a statement from the Prime Ministry, the draft decrees approved by the Cabinet meeting concern:

– The amendment of Decree No. 1107 -2004 of May 17, 2004 on the creation of a unit of management by objectives for the implementation of project to upgrade distribution channels of agricultural and fishing products.

– The amendment of the Decree No. 1327-2013 of February 27, 2013 on the creation of a unit of management by objectives for the implementation of the projects for the development of rural roads and development of the network of classified roads.

– The amendment of Decree No. 70-2012 of March 12, 2012 on the creation of a management unit by objectives in the Ministry of Transport for the development of State budget management.

The Cabinet meeting reviewed a number of points relating to monitoring the implementation of the final recommendations to improve Tunisia’s ranking in the Doing Business Report and Tunisia’s commitments towards its international partners and donors as part of the signed financial agreements.

Source: TAP News Agency

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