[size=36]Parliamentary Committee: Federal Service Law will unify the laws on salaries and we have overcome succession[/size]
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revealed the legal committee in the House of Representatives, on Thursday, that the federal service law will unify laws relating to salaries.
Deputy Chairman of the Committee Mohammed al-Ghazi, said that "the most obstacles to the service law ended after the discussion and many problems have been exceeded in the categories targeted by the law," stressing that "the law does not target the salaries of employees, but regulates the functional and administrative ladder and the way of work."
Al-Ghazzi said that "the law will unify the laws concerning salaries, namely (the law of employees and the discipline of employees and more than 112 laws and decisions of the dissolved Revolutionary Command Council) in one law under the name of the Civil Service Law."
He pointed out that "the Parliamentary Legal Committee has completed all aspects of the law from a legal point of view and will be transferred to the Finance Committee as the competent committee after which will be submitted to the House of Representatives for a vote."