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Abadi office determines the future fate of the salaries of employees of Kurdistan

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Abadi office determines the future fate of the salaries of employees of Kurdistan

Post by rocky on Thu 14 Jun 2018, 3:21 am

Abadi office determines the future fate of the salaries of employees of Kurdistan
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The spokesman for the Prime Minister, Saad al-Hadithi, that the federal government continues to send salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region, pointing out that the continuation of the sending of salaries in the coming period or not, a special matter for the next government. 
 
Al-Hadithi said in a press statement that "the current government headed by Prime Minister Haider Abadi, continues to send the regular amounts allocated to the salaries of staff of the province on a regular basis to the Kurdistan Regional Government." 
 
He added that "the process is conducted according to what was agreed with the provincial government," noting that "the continuation of sending salaries in the period of the government to be formed, or not, a special and do not know it."
 
The spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister, "the lack of knowledge of the existence of news of the cessation of Baghdad to send salaries of staff of the region, after the end of the mandate of Abbadi." 
 
The media office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced, on March 13, the release of salaries of all employees of Kurdistan, while referring to the continuation of the checks in their names.
 
The Ministry of Finance in the Kurdistan Regional Government, announced on 12 March, the arrival of salaries of salaries of staff of the region.
 
The ministry said in a statement that "the head of the Central Bank of Iraq sent a letter to the Ministry of Finance in the Kurdistan Regional Government provided for the transfer of 281.7 billion dinars for the region's employees except the Ministry of Peshmerga, and 35.8 billion dinars to the Ministry of Peshmerga, the total is 317.54 billion dinars for all employees of the Kurdistan region."
 
"The region needs 590 billion dinars to pay the salaries of employees saving system."
 
The Secretary of the Government of Kurdistan, Amang Rahim announced, on March 5 last, increase the allocation of Baghdad for the salaries of staff and retirees of the region worth 86 billion dinars within the budget of 2018.
 
The Iraqi Council of Representatives, has voted, on 5 March last, the Federal Budget Law for the year 2018 worth more than 104 trillion dinars and a deficit worth about 12.5 trillion dinars, and included 48 articles canceled three of them and added another 18, amid the Kurdistan blocs and the plate To withdraw from the political process, because of the calculation of 12.67% for the Kurdistan region, instead of 17% adopted since the first budget for Iraq after the change in 2004.


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