The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a bill amending the traffic and vehicle law.
Another law was passed establishing a body corporate with financial and administrative independence named the General Organization of Forensic Medicine, and a bill abolishing rural service for medical practitioners.
The Cabinet meeting, which was chaired by Prime Minister-designate Wael al-Halaqi, discussed a number of issues related to citizens’ daily concerns, with Halaqi reviewing the state of the economy and services during the past week.
Halaqi said that the priorities of the upcoming Cabinet meeting will be the economy, how to achieve balance and economic growth, improving the performance of the banking sector and the Securities Exchange, increasing state treasury income, and increasing foreign currency reserves.
Translated and edited by The Syrian Observer