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    Post by Rocky Fri 23 Feb 2018, 2:53 am

    The Prime Minister's office holds the parliament responsible for payroll deductions from employees and retirees
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    The Information Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Wednesday, Parliament responsibility for imposing deductions on the salaries of employees and retirees, pointing out the possibility of lifting them from the budget before the vote.
     
    "The House of Representatives is putting the deductions of salaries of employees and retirees as a legislative option for it, in the 2016 budget," said Saad al-Hadithi, a spokesman for the office.
     
     
    Al-Hadithi added that "the budget of the previous year was based on this trend by maintaining the cut-off and not raising it."
     
    He pointed out that "the House of Representatives can reverse its previous position, and raise deductions before the vote on the budget law, which we hope to approve in the near future."
     
    A member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, Magda Tamimi, announced the agreement of the Committee to cancel the paragraph deductions for salaries of employees, while referring to the addition of 10% sales tax on shopping malls, shopping malls and beauty salons for women and men.
     
    Tamimi said in a press conference held earlier, that "the Committee decided unanimously to cancel the paragraph deductions for salaries of employees," indicating that "we do not need to cut the salaries of employees in the budget in 2018."
     
    "The committee was committed to the budget of 2016 and 2017 deductions due to the deterioration of oil prices and the entry of a terrorist, and therefore it is a temporary decision came from the government and not from the financial committee."
     


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