Tunis/Tunisia — The Cabinet meeting held Thursday in Kasbah under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh approved a series of draft laws and decree-laws.
It relates to the finalization of the Decree-Law No. 11-2020, dated April 17, 2020, on the revision of taxes and duties imposed on personal protective products and their inputs, in order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
The second draft decree relates to the amendment and finalisation of the decree-law No. 3 of April 14, 2020, of the Prime Minister laying down exceptional and provisional social measures to support certain categories of self-employed workers affected by the repercussions generated by the implementation of measures of general lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The meeting also approved a draft decree on the revision of Decree-Law No. 184 of April 27, 2020 on setting the conditions required to benefit from exceptional allowances to support certain categories of self-employed workers affected by the lockdown imposed as part of the COVID-19 health crisis.
The second decree-law concerns the approval of the final reports of the committee tasked with surveying and delimiting lands under the state private domain in the governorate of Kasserine.