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    Deputy: Abdul Mahdi will break the law to resolve the file of special grades

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    Post by Rocky Sat 14 Sep 2019, 2:06 pm


    Deputy: Abdul Mahdi will break the law to resolve the file of special grades

    18:22 - 14/09/2019



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    The MP of the Reform Coalition Salem Tahmir, on Saturday, that Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] break the law to resolve the issue of special grades, attributing the matter to the political pressure to get some positions.
    Tahmir said in a statement to the information, that "most of the special grades have not been resolved because of political pressures trying to acquire some important sites," pointing out that "the remaining special grades can not be resolved within two weeks only."
    He added that "Abdul-Mahdi will break the law at the end of this month as it did not resolve the file of special grades completely as promised by the House of Representatives previously," noting that "most of the political blocs stand behind the delay in resolving the file of special grades and positions of the agency being trying to acquire."
    At its meeting held on Monday, the Council of Ministers decided to authorize its President [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] extend the service of those with special grades to those who have reached the legal age of retirement, with the exception of Cabinet Resolution No. 191 of 2013.


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