Last updated: 13 August 2017 - 2:40 PM
BAGHDAD / Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi will go to the House of Representatives this week to persuade the council to pass the Social Security Law, the source said. To persuade the Council to pass the new social security law. "He added that" Abadi intends to pass this law as soon as possible, to achieve pension guarantees for all workers in the private sector in Iraq, and stop the appetite of graduates for government appointments. "He explained that" Abadi will hold talks with the Presidency, Parliamentary blocs ", m The source also revealed that "Abadi went to cancel appointments in a number of ministries that suffer from slack, and to reduce the government grades to the minimum, after the passage of social security" He pointed out that "the project aims to achieve retirement justice for all citizens working in the private sector, and equality with the public sector, according to a mechanism approved by international experts, and the World Bank was a partner in some formulations." The Chairman of the Committee on Labor and Social Affairs in the House of Representatives, For "Al-Ghad Press", yesterday "The Social Security Law, which was voted by the Council of Ministers last week, will reach parliament next week, indicating that the law will include all workers in the private sector." The Council of Ministers, voted Tuesday (August 1), during its regular session Headed by Haider Abadi, on the draft social security law for workers in the private sector.
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