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    Basra Council: a large number of oil companies did not commit to the employment of local workers

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    Post by Rocky Mon 01 Jul 2019, 1:27 am


    Basra Council: a large number of oil companies did not commit to the employment of local workers

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    Basra Governorate Council on Sunday stressed the lack of commitment of most oil and investment companies to employ local labor despite the decision of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to employ 50% of the people of the province within those companies to solve the unemployment crisis.
    The Council member Mujib al-Hassani said in a statement to the "Information" that "a large part of foreign oil companies and investment companies in the province of Basra did not commit to employ the people of the province within its staff," pointing out that "the decision of the Ministry of Labor Social Affairs to employ 50% Among those companies binding and otherwise is a legal offense. "
    He added that "the provincial council is working at the moment to oblige those companies to implement the decision of the Ministry of Labor to resolve the crisis of unemployment," noting that "the province of Basra includes armies of unemployed graduates and this will negatively affect the government because some political parties are trying to exploit these groups to get out pretending And the disruption of the work of the provincial council.
    The MP from the province of Basra Charter Hamidi, on Sunday, that the spark of demonstrations began during the past two days and is in constant expansion, demanding the Prime Minister not to ignore the demands of Basreen legal and constitutional. End 25 T


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