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Parliamentary finance reveals new additions to salaries in the 2020 budget

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Parliamentary finance reveals new additions to salaries in the 2020 budget Empty Parliamentary finance reveals new additions to salaries in the 2020 budget

Post by rocky on Tue Jul 23, 2019 3:26 am

Parliamentary finance reveals new additions to salaries in the 2020 budget

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The Finance Committee of the House of Representatives revealed on Tuesday new additions to the salaries of employees in the 2020 budget , noting that finding appointments in the government sector during the next budget is unlikely .

member of the committee MP nostalgia Qaddo in a statement quoted by the newspaper " Al- Sabah", said that "finding appointments in the government sector in the next budget is unlikely, especially since the government does not have these capabilities, so the private sector will be encouraged to reduce unemployment."

He added that "there are new additions especially in salaries within the budget of 2020, but so far has not been drafted in numbers, and there are proposals will be transmitted by the government to the Council of Ministers and then sent to Parliament and these proposals by planning and finance," noting that " On the subject of laying the outline of the next budget. "

"The next budget contains limited appointments, and the absorption of thousands of graduates in government jobs is illogical, as the government does not have this capacity, we have to look for other means, and encourage the private sector and put these capabilities through the start of major strategic projects" .

He continued: "The legislation of the Social Security Law, which allows those working in the private sector to receive a pension similar to the government sector will reduce the pressure on the government sector," stressing that "there should be new tools and mechanisms in the appointment," noting that " On how to support the private sector and investment, "and that" the Finance Committee if not satisfied with the budget will be returned to the government for amendments to it. "

"There is a range of serious problems facing the government that the people have promised to address," he said. Finished




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