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Tamimi reveals 40,000 employees working in contract format since 2008

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Tamimi reveals 40,000 employees working in contract format since 2008

Post by rocky on Sun 22 Apr 2018, 1:21 am

Tamimi reveals 40,000 employees working in contract format since 2008
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Baghdad / Sky Press

A member of the Finance Committee, Majida Tamimi, on Saturday, the existence of more than 40 thousand workers in the form of contracts since 2008 without their installation, accusing the current and previous governments not to take into account their circumstances.

Tamimi said in a press statement that "there are more than 40 thousand employees working in the format of the contract system since 2008," noting that "previous governments did not take into account the conditions and conditions of these over the past ten years"

"The Ministry of Electricity warned against the exposure of the demonstrators of the owners of contracts, asserting that" the demonstrations are a peaceful right guaranteed by the Constitution and that the demonstrators exercise their constitutional right after the official time. "

"The parliamentary finance and energy committees are closely following the contracts and will not remain silent until they are established," she said.




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