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Legislative law: Retirement Law set the minimum salary of 500 thousand and will pass in today's sess

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Legislative law: Retirement Law set the minimum salary of 500 thousand and will pass in today's sess Empty Legislative law: Retirement Law set the minimum salary of 500 thousand and will pass in today's sess

Post by rocky on Tue 19 Nov 2019, 1:42 am


Legislative law: Retirement Law set the minimum salary of 500 thousand and will pass in today's session

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The head of the parliamentary legal committee Mohammed al-Ghazi, Tuesday, that the pension law will be passed during today's session after setting a minimum pension of 500 thousand dinars, pointing out that the delay in passing the law in the previous sessions occurred for technical reasons related to the audit of the law.
Ghazi said in a statement to the information, that "the unified retirement law does not have any objections within the parliament and will be passed during today's meeting, where there is consensus to pass."
He added that "the pension law set the minimum salary at 500 thousand dinars, and was determined after the meeting with the director of retirement, where the government will pay annually 281 billion dinars to the pension fund after increasing the minimum salary 100,000 dinars."
He explained that "the delay in passing the pension law despite its inclusion on the agenda of the previous sessions happened for technical reasons related to the audit of the law by specialists in this area." Finished 25 N


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