Law No. 12 of 2010 Amending Certain Provisions of Law No. 21 of 2004 Concerning the Ministers 12 / 2010
Number of Articles: 2
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We, Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, Deputy Emir of Qatar,
Having considered the Constitution,
Law No. 21 of 2004 concerning the Ministers,
Law No. 8 of 2009 on Human Resources Management,
Emiri Resolution No. 16 of 2009 identifying the functions of the ministries,
The bill submitted by the Council of Ministers, and
Having consulted the Shura Council,
Hereby promulgate the following Law:


Article 1

 The text of Article 4 of Law No. 21 of 2004, referred to above, shall be replaced with the following text:
In addition to the competencies prescribed by the provisions of the Constitution and Legislation, a Minister shall undertake the following competencies:
1. Supervising the implementation of the general policy of the Ministry following approval by the Council of Ministers and deciding on the important matters relating to this policy and in accordance with it;
2. Presenting to the Council of Ministers the topics related to the Ministry's activity, and the data and reports related to it;
3. Implementing the legislation relating to the Ministry's activity and issuing decisions necessary for the implementation of such legislation and meeting its provisions in all technical, administrative and financial aspects within the limits of the Ministry's budget;
4. Issuing decisions determining the fees for services performed by the Ministry or government bodies or public authorities and corporations that report to the Minister, or amending or cancelling fees following adoption by the Council of Ministers;
5. Issuing decisions on Ministry staff affairs according to the legislation governing Human Resources Management;
6. Supervising the preparation of the annual draft budget of the Ministry;
7. Proposing legislation relating to the Ministry's activities.


Article 2

 All competent authorities, each within their competence, shall execute this law which shall come into force from the date of its publication in the Official Gazette.


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