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نقطه‌یابی برای انتقال پایتخت سیاسی تا ۶ ماه آینده
وزارت راه و شهرسازی مکلف شده تا ۶ ماه آینده نقطه‌یابی برای انتقال پایتخت سیاسی را انجام دهد. نسیم توسعه به نقل از تسنیم:   عضو ناظر مجلس در شورای ساماندهی مرکز سیاسی و اداری کشور و ساماندهی و تمرکززدایی از تهران، گفت: وزارت راه و شهرسازی مکلف شده تا ۶ ماه آینده نقطه‌یابی برای انتقال […]

وزارت راه و شهرسازی مکلف شده تا ۶ ماه آینده نقطه‌یابی برای انتقال پایتخت سیاسی را انجام دهد.




نسیم توسعه به نقل از تسنیم:   عضو ناظر مجلس در شورای ساماندهی مرکز سیاسی و اداری کشور و ساماندهی و تمرکززدایی از تهران، گفت: وزارت راه و شهرسازی مکلف شده تا ۶ ماه آینده نقطه‌یابی برای انتقال پایتخت سیاسی را انجام دهد.

ابوالفضل ابوترابی عضو ناظر مجلس در شورای ساماندهی مرکز سیاسی و اداری کشور و ساماندهی و تمرکززدایی از تهران، با اشاره به آخرین جلسه این شورا، اظهار داشت: پس از بررسی‌های انجام شده مشخص شد که انتقال مرکز سیاسی و اداری از تهران چندان هزینه‌بر نیست.

 

وی با بیان اینکه در این جلسه به معاونت فناوری ریاست جمهوری و وزارت راه و شهرسازی ماموریت داده شد تا مطالعات تطبیقی که پیش از این انجام داده‌اند را به روز رسانی کنند، ادامه داد: قرار شد  ظرف شش ماه آینده کار کارشناسی درباره نقطه‌یابی پایتخت سیاسی و اداری به این شورا تحویل داده شود.

نماینده مردم نجف‌آباد در مجلس با اعلام اینکه وزارت راه و شهرسازی نیز آیین‌نامه‌ای برای کل قانون به شورا ارائه کرده است، اضافه کرد: در این جلسه آیین‌نامه تدوین شده به اعضای شورا داده شد.

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