The Government-Private Sector Dialogue Council provides an opportunity for private-sector actors to raise issues and problems in their area of activity, particularly interaction and communication with executive bodies, directives, directives, or regulations that have disturbed their business during meetings with officials and decision-makers in government, parliament, and the judiciary following Article 11 of the Law for the Continuous Improvement of Business Environment.

Responsibilities of the Council

Council Members

Following Article 2 of the instructions for convening the meetings of the Dialogue Council, the composition of the members of the Provincial Council is as follows:

  1. Governor (Chairman of the Provincial Council);
  2. Head of Management and Planning Organization of the province;
  3. Head of Industry, Mining, and Trade Organization of the province;
  4. Head of Jihad Agriculture Organization of the province;
  5. Directorate‑General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the province;
  6. General Director of Cooperatives, Labor, and Social Welfare of the province;
  7. Secretary of Banking Coordination Commission of the province;
  8. Representatives of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, a maximum of two persons at the discretion of the Chamber of Deputies of the province and with the priority of the representatives of the specialized and special commissions of the Islamic Consultative Assembly;
  9. Chief Justice of the Province (or Deputy Chief Justice);
  10. Provincial Center Prosecutor;
  11. Mayor of the provincial capital;
  12. Chairman of the Islamic Council of the province;
  13. Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture of the provincial capital (secretary and spokesman of the provincial council);
  14. Chairman of the Chamber of Cooperatives of the provincial capital;
  15. Chairman of the Chamber of Guilds of the provincial capital;
  16. Eight CEOs, chairmen of top private and cooperative companies, or heads of the private sector and cooperative economic organizations based in the province.

Note 1. The conditions and criteria for selecting the CEOs or chairmen of the boards of top companies and the heads of economic organizations subject to paragraph 16 are as follows:

  1. Top companies and economic organizations active in various sectors and fields of industry, mining, agriculture, trade, and services are selected based on the joint proposal of the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture of the provincial capital, the chairman of the Chamber of Cooperatives of the provincial center, and the chairman of the Chamber Guilds of the provincial capital, approved by the provincial council;
  2. Elected members should have the prestige of an expert in economic affairs, scientific and professional competencies, social credibility, and professional ethics at the provincial level. They should also have a good reputation at the provincial level;
  3. These individuals are elected for a maximum of one year, and their membership is allowed for a maximum of one more year with the approval of the provincial council. In any case, a company or organization cannot be a member of the provincial council for more than two consecutive years;
  4. If the head of the organization, the managing director, or the chairman of the board of directors of the selected top company change, the provincial council must decide again on their replacement or re-election following paragraph 16 of Article 2 of this instruction;
  5. The provincial council must hold a meeting to elect new representatives before the membership ends;
  6. From each company, no more than one person can become a member at the same time.

Note 2. The senior official of the organizations or non-member bodies of the council, the subject of which is on the agenda of the provincial council, is obliged to attend the meeting at the invitation of the secretariat of this council. He/she should introduce and send his/her authorized representatives to the expert working groups of the Secretariat of the Provincial Council, as the case may be.

Note 3. In the provinces where, in addition to their center, the cities also have chambers of commerce, industry, mines, and agriculture, the heads of the city chambers are also members of the provincial council.

You can contact the Government-Private Sector Dialogue Council of Kerman Province via the telephone number +98-34-32535267-8 and the e-mail address