Contract holders in Hilla electricity protesting against unpaid wages
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One participant said Namir Abdel Hussein in the demonstration in an interview for the "long", that "dozens of owners of contracts and daily wages in Hilla power station gas No. 2 in terms of Abu sinking, staged
a protest to demand them confirmation owners ministry permanent electricity and Exchange overdue sums of more than three months and calculating the service contract for the purposes of the bonus, promotion and retirement. "
He said Abdul - Hussein, that "contracts and wages represent the vast majority , 75% of our electrical energy produce an average of 50% of the electricity production of the Euphrates East, noting that the stations mentioned in the Euphrates has completed maintenance work (hot bart) hands that Iraqi periods of brief and did not cost the state exorbitant amounts that were handed over to foreign companies for the purposes of maintenance , "calling" the prime minister serious consideration to the demands of contract employees and wages of employees of the Electricity Euphrates. "
This reminds engineer Dhakwaan Knight, one of the participants in the demonstration , "long", "We are working in the field of our work as engineers for years of contract and daily wages, though continuous, daily work and dutifully to push the electrical system forward and repair and maintenance of the system and provide huge amounts of money to the state and we are exposed to risks and injuries ", appealing to " the electricity minister that the Ptthbytna on the permanent staffing, especially that many of the workers from the owners of the field of high - efficiency electrical systems. "
For his part , Secretary General of the Council of Babil province, Aqil al - Rubaie said, "long", said that " the demands of the owners of wages and contracts are legitimate and represent 75% of the staff, though most of them went to work more than 10 years and became the owners of expertise and efficiency of their work, and they were able to provide millions of dollars for carrying out inspection and maintenance ", vowing to" transfer their demands to the provincial council, and we will form a delegation from the Council to meet the electricity minister to explain those