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    Organizations warn of selling the public sector and referring employees to retirement

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    Organizations warn of selling the public sector and referring employees to retirement Empty Organizations warn of selling the public sector and referring employees to retirement

    Post by Rocky Sat 12 Aug 2017, 2:21 am


    Organizations warn of selling the public sector and referring employees to retirement


     Baghdad / Range

    A coalition of trade unions and trade unions, as well as civil organizations in Iraq, criticized the Iraqi cabinet's approval of the Social Insurance Law, while the draft did not take into account the international labor standards related to workers' social guarantees and does not guarantee the interests of workers, employees and retirees.

    "The government ignored the observations and objections made by an important spectrum of unions, labor unions and civil society organizations. It appears that this draft law came after World Bank advice to the Iraqi government to draft a new social security law," the coalition said in a statement received by al-Mada. , As a policy of structural adjustment and a condition for the granting of other loans to Iraq.
    The Iraqi unions and organizations called on their international counterparts to send letters of support and solidarity, and address the presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives for the purpose of returning the draft to the government until it discussed with stakeholders from unions, unions and civil society organizations.
    The Conference of the federations and trade unions of Iraq "on the third of August, a detailed statement between the position of its members are: The General Federation of Iraqi Trade Unions (GFITU), the Federation of Trade Unions and Associations in Iraq (FWCUI), the General Union of Workers' Unions in Iraq (GFWUI), the Federation of Iraqi Oil Unions (IFOU), the Federation of Independent Trade Unions and Workers in Iraq (FITPUI) and the UPEU.
    The union conference agreed that a new social insurance law should be drafted, but he refused to pass the law so quickly and without a real dialogue with unions, unions and representatives of stakeholders.
    He called on the Iraqi government, represented by the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, to hold a meeting with representatives of trade union organizations and activate social dialogue.
    The Conference affirms that the new draft law is devoid of ILO standards on social guarantees for workers, in particular Convention No. 102 and Recommendation No. 202 on National Floors for Social Protection.
    The Conference opposed the formulation of the draft, particularly with regard to the following points: "Integrating the Pension and Social Security Fund with the National Pension Fund, increasing the rates of labor partnerships, raising the pension age of workers from 63 to 65 in all sectors of employment, Retirement in special cases, the deprivation of retired workers of privileges recognized by the Security Act No. 39 of 1971, the mechanisms of calculating the pension service and end of service benefits and payment method for workers and employees.
    The conference warned against "the danger of passing public sector selling policies and referring all employees to retirement under various names through the proposed law, in favor of a private sector that seeks quick profit at the expense of productive economic sectors and does not have a social vision."
    The Conference considers that "
    The experience of reforming the social protection programs implemented by the former Iraqi government, according to the World Bank's proposals, which included rationalizing subsidies and moving from comprehensive food subsidies to a cash transfer program, has proved beyond doubt that it is unable to achieve decent social protection for Iraq's poorest " The Conference called upon the Government and the Iraqi Council of Representatives to adopt" international labor conventions on social security, in particular the Convention, 102 the Convention, 128 the Convention, 121 the Convention, 157 the Convention, 168 the Convention, 183 the Convention, (130), and That the Convention (87) concerning freedom of association and protection of the Right to Organize and Convention 129 on work in agriculture and other relevant conventions inspection. "
    The representatives of the Iraqi trade unions and civil society organizations stressed their willingness to cooperate and coordinate fully with the concerned parties and the International Labor Organization to adopt a comprehensive social protection law on the basis that "social protection is a fundamental human right and that all the Iraqi people have the right to obtain it."
    The Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative (ICSSI), an international non-governmental coalition, and the Iraqi Social Forum, a civilian Iraqi space with a specialized track on social and economic rights, expressed their full solidarity with the Iraqi Confederation of Trade Unions and Trade Unions and Iraqi civil society representatives in their legitimate demands As set out in the present statement.
    The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), the European Union Representative in Iraq and representatives of the International Labor Organization (ILO) are demanding immediate action to urge the Iraqi government to activate social dialogue and take into account that "


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