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Parliamentary Finance: The government will cut 20% of salaries of employees during the next year

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Parliamentary Finance: The government will cut 20% of salaries of employees during the next year

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 6:12 am

 Parliamentary Finance: The government will cut 20% of salaries of employees during the next year

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Economy News Baghdad:
The parliamentary Finance Committee announced that the government will reduce 20% of salaries of Iraqi state employees during the next year.
A member of the parliamentary finance committee, Massoud Haider told a news conference attended by "Economy News" that "the government will reduce 20% of salaries of employees of the Iraqi state," noting that "the government agreed to reduce the salaries of Iraqi employees from the President and even the youngest employee about 7 trillion dinars Bringing the total salary to 36 trillion dinars. "
"This is part of the conditions of the International Monetary Fund, signed by Iraq, which is very harsh conditions," he said.


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