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Parliamentary Finance confirms the existence of pressure by the World Bank to reduce the salaries of employees in the budget of 2018
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A member of the Finance Committee parliamentary, Massoud Haider, Saturday, the federal government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the federal budget 2018 by 20%, referring to "the insistence of the World Bank to convert those deductions to the item of goods and services," as he put it.

Haider said in a press statement that "the government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the general budget for next year by 20%," noting that "the government responds to the terms of the financial grant to the International Monetary Fund, which provides for an amount equivalent to 7 trillion Iraqi dinars annually, Nina news agency.

He added that the government representatives "tried to negotiate to persuade them to reduce this figure to two or three trillion dinars, which means that the order of reduction is almost settled because of the pressures of the international financial institutions," stressing that "the meeting concluded with the refusal of the World Bank and its insistence on the full deduction of salaries for the whole of Iraq , As well as insisted on the conversion of 7 trillion dinars of salaries of employees to the door of goods and services, "describing this section as" services that the citizen did not see anything for years, which is usually a door to corruption in all its forms. "

"The representatives of the government met with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to discuss the federal budget, where the two institutions insisted categorically on the reduction of seven trillion dinars, of the salaries of employees specifically, equivalent to 20% of the total salaries of the Iraqi state.

Haidar pointed out that "after the meeting with the World Bank, there is left to the government only to bow to their will, and thus reduce the salaries of employees in this disastrous proportion, which we mentioned the timing of the budget must be reached to the House of Representatives at a specific date," considering that " "We urge the government not to accept this and stop these measures against millions of employees in their last moments and save what can be saved."

He added that "the timing of our press conference was very urgent and deliberate, in order to save staff and remedy the disaster quickly and quickly, and to support the federal government not to accept those conditions and give a clear message to those financial institutions that the violation of salaries of employees will be rejected by the Finance Committee, In general ".




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A member of the parliamentary finance committee, Massoud Haider, said Saturday that the federal government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the federal budget 2018 by 20%, referring to "the insistence of the World Bank to convert those deductions to the item of goods and services."

He said in a press statement today that "the government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the general budget for next year by 20%," noting that "the government responds to the terms of the financial grant to the International Monetary Fund, which provides for an amount equivalent to 7 trillion Iraqi dinars annually." 
He explained that "representatives of the government met with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to discuss the federal budget, where the two institutions insisted categorically on the reduction of seven trillion dinars, of the salaries of employees specifically, equivalent to 20% of the total salaries of the Iraqi state. 
"The representatives of the government" tried to negotiate to persuade them to reduce this figure to two or three trillion dinars, which means that the reduction order is almost settled because of the pressure of international financial institutions, "noting that" the meeting concluded with the refusal of the World Bank and his insistence on the full deduction of salaries And also insisted on converting the seven trillion dinars from the salaries of employees to the door of goods and services, "describing this section as" those services that the citizen did not see anything for years, which is usually a door to corruption in all its forms. " 
He added that "the timing of our press conference was very urgent and deliberate, in order to save staff and remedy the disaster urgently and quickly, to support the federal government not to accept those conditions and to give a clear message to those financial institutions that the violation of salaries of employees will be rejected by the Finance Committee in particular and the Iraqi Council of Representatives "He said. 
Haidar pointed out that "after the meeting with the World Bank, there is left to the government only to bow to their will, and thus reduce the salaries of employees in this disastrous proportion, which we mentioned the timing of the budget must be reached to the House of Representatives at a specific date," considering that " "We urge the government not to accept this and stop these measures against millions of employees in their last moments and save what can be saved." 


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Parliamentary Finance confirms the existence of pressure by the World Bank to reduce the salaries of Empty Parliamentary warnings to the government of "yielding" to IMF and World Bank pressures on staff

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Parliamentary warnings to the government of "yielding" to IMF and World Bank pressures on staff

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A member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives Massoud Haider, Saturday, a detailed statement on the salaries of Iraqi employees, noting that it warned the government to bow to the IMF and World Bank pressure on staff.
"According to the information available to us, we confirm that within the framework of our constitutional work as representatives of the Iraqi people, we defended and will defend the rights of all groups and employees in particular, because they represent," said Masoud Haider, a member of the committee. The important part of Iraqi society, "noting that" our warning to the government not to bow to the pressures of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank stems from responsibility to employees and to support the government to find other alternatives to income and reduce spending. "
Haidar added that "the principle of reduction was concluded, but the difference was on the total amount, (where the request for a reduction of seven trillion dinars, and demanded representatives of the government to reduce to three trillion dinars)," noting that "the denial of the government jerking was a clear confirmation of our information, For the Iraqi will and our efforts to defend the staff segment. "
He added that "this government denial can not yet affect the salaries of employees," stressing that "any prejudice to the salaries of employees will be rejected by us in toto." Ending / 25 g

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BAGHDAD - A member of the parliamentary finance committee, Massoud Haider, said on Saturday that the federal government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the federal budget 2018 by 20%, noting "the insistence of the World Bank to convert those deductions To goods and services ".


He said in a press statement today that "the government is determined to reduce the salaries of employees in the general budget for next year by 20%," noting that "the government responds to the terms of the financial grant to the International Monetary Fund, which provides for an amount equivalent to 7 trillion Iraqi dinars annually."


He explained that "representatives of the government met with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank to discuss the federal budget, where the two institutions insisted categorically on the reduction of seven trillion dinars, of the salaries of employees specifically, equivalent to 20% of the total salaries of the Iraqi state.


Haidar added that "the government representatives tried to negotiate to persuade them to reduce this figure to two or three trillion dinars, which means that the reduction order is almost settled because of the pressures of the international financial institutions," noting that "the meeting concluded with the World Bank's refusal and his insistence on the full deduction of salaries from all Iraq, as well as insisted on the conversion of seven trillion dinars from the salaries of employees to the door of goods and services, "describing this section as" those services that the citizen did not see anything for years, which is usually a door to corruption in all its forms.


He added that "the timing of our press conference was very urgent and intended, in order to save staff and remedy the disaster urgently and to support the federal government not to accept those conditions and give a clear message to those financial institutions that the violation of salaries of employees will be rejected by the Finance Committee, "He said.


Haidar pointed out that "after the meeting with the World Bank, there is left to the government only to bow to their will, and thus reduce the salaries of employees in this disastrous proportion, which we mentioned the timing of the arrival of the budget to the House of Representatives at a specific date," considering that " "We urge the government not to accept this and stop these measures against millions of employees in their last moments and save what can be saved." Finished


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Parliamentary Finance reveals the lifting of the government rate of deduction of salaries of employees to 4.8 in the budget of 2018

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The Finance Committee of the parliamentary, on Sunday, the government raised the ceiling of deductions from salaries of state employees and retirees in the budget of 2018 to 4.8 instead of 3.8.
"The draft budget for 2018, which reached the parliament included raising the rate of deduction from the salaries of state employees and retirees," said member of the Committee Hossam al-Aqabi.
He added that "the government raised the rate of deduction from 3.8 to 4.8, but the Finance Committee is seeking to re-deduction to the previous rate," noting that "the government facilitated the deduction without thinking of alternative solutions."
He said that "the budget was withdrawn after the government sent to parliament and the presence of meetings in Amman with the International Monetary Fund," noting that "the Council of Ministers will make adjustments to the budget in accordance with the agreements that are made with the Fund."

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