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    Federal Court denies cancellation of the deduction from the salaries of employees

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    Federal Court denies cancellation of the deduction from the salaries of employees Empty Federal Court denies cancellation of the deduction from the salaries of employees

    Post by Rocky Wed 04 Oct 2017, 4:20 am

    Federal Court denies cancellation of the deduction from the salaries of employees

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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    The Federal Supreme Court denied on Wednesday that it had issued a decree to cancel the deductions of (3.8%) of the salaries contained in the General Budget Law for the current year.
    The director of the media office, Iyas al-Samuk, said in a statement received by "The Economist News" that "the Federal Supreme Court when considering the appeal of some articles of the budget number (17 / Federal / 2017), including article (33 / I) of the law"
    He added that "this article provides for (deduct 3.8% of the total salaries and allowances of state employees and the public sector and retirees to meet the needs of the state ...).
    He explained that "the plaintiff challenged the Prime Minister / in addition to the post, was limited to the distribution of the percentage approved by the House of Representatives in the law contrary to the government project, did not challenge the existence of (3.8%)."
    He pointed out that "the court found that as far as the matter of appeal against the House of Representatives has violated the provisions of Article (62) of the Constitution, and therefore decided to rule unconstitutional that part of the article by the distribution of revenues from the deduction rate of (3.8%) and did not cancel the origin of the deduction According to the percentage mentioned, and therefore the rate of deduction (3.8%) remains. "


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