BAGHDAD / The governor of Baghdad Atwan al-Atwani disclosed Tuesday that the Ministry of Finance has stopped appointments to the owners of the province, which created a big problem for us in the province and in this period, which Zmona disengagement is urgently needed to employ a new cadre.
A statement of his office received by "Iraq News" about Atawani said "there is a degree of four thousand vacant jobs on the owners of education, but the reason for the suspension of the Ministry of Finance to start the appointment was on the pretext of the absence of financial allocations."
Al-Atwani added that "the province and in this period, which committed the disengagement of the six directorates of education and the directorates of health of Baghdad as well as the directorates of youth and sports and catch up with the province has caused us confusion, because of the urgent need for specialized cadres, especially educational and health cadres."
He explained that "the province is responsible after the disengagement from the appointment of staff within the directorates that have been attached to the province," noting that "the Ministry of Finance circulated a book to prevent recruitment through deletion and development, including the occupation of degrees achieved from the departure of employees to retire or work degrees of the deceased as well as those resigning all these The Ministry of Finance stopped using them to appoint new cadres to the owners of the province, although this system is in force in previous years and the right of the institution to assign them.
Al-Atwani pointed out that "there are about 2800 employees of the contract have been dismissed for the same reasons for the Ministry of Finance and the same argument of lack of allocation and despite our frequent meetings and meetings with officials in the ministry to return contract employees to take advantage of their specialties and to support the work of the province, but we were faced with the absence of financial allocations." finished 1
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