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Parliamentary Finance confirms the recovery of amounts deducted from salaries of employees for the c

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 8:13 am

Parliamentary Finance confirms the recovery of amounts deducted from salaries of employees for the current year only



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A member of the Finance Committee Ahmed Hama, Tuesday, that the funds deducted from the salaries of employees for the previous year can not be returned retroactively, indicating that the retroactive effect includes the current year that the deduction is "illegal." 
Hama said in a press statement read by "Economy News" that "the money deducted from the salaries of employees for the previous year can not be returned retroactively because it was made according to the law," pointing out that "the retroactive effect includes what was deducted during the current year because it was illegal "He said. 
With regard to the cancellation of deductions Hama stressed that "the Finance 

Committee is determined to lift them from the draft financial budget law for 2018."






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