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The Council of Ministers discussed various issues and passed a decision
The Council of Ministers discussed various issues in its 25th regular meeting today and passed a decision.
Decisions of the 25th Regular Meeting of the Council of Ministers:
1. The Council first discussed the Personal Data Protection Bill. Since there is no law in our country that stipulates the rights of individuals on their personal data in detail, the benefits of building our country's personal data protection system in accordance with international standards are multi-faceted. As the importance of personal data protection decree is believed, a draft decree has been prepared and presented to the council. After extensive discussion on the draft decree, the council unanimously decided to forward it to the House of People's Representatives for approval by adding resources.
2. Next, the council discussed the rural land management and use bill, and since it is necessary to establish a rural land management and use system in order to adapt the living standards of the farmers, semi-pastoralists and pastoralists to the economic, political and social development that the country has achieved, it is necessary to strengthen the tenure security of the disenfranchised. Since it is necessary to organize the registration and information of rural land in a quality manner and to customize the system for solving disputes related to land use, a bill has been prepared to ensure that the benefit of today's generation does not harm the benefit of the future generation by establishing a sustainable rural land use system that takes into account the various ecological zones of the country. After extensive discussion on the proposed bill, the council unanimously decided to forward it to the House of Representatives to be approved by adding resources.
3. Finally, the council discussed the special economic zone bill, and it is necessary to speed up the economic growth of our country by transferring the existing industrial parks system to a special economic zone system. Because it is believed to be a tool, a bill has been prepared and submitted to the council to guide the development management and control of special economic zones established in viable and strategic areas to enhance our country's use of the international trade value chain, to strengthen our ability to compete effectively through regional trade networks. After extensive discussion on the proposed bill, the council unanimously decided to forward it to the House of Representatives to be approved by adding resources.