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    The Federal Court sets a date for the decision to challenge the dissolution of the provincial counci

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    The Federal Court sets a date for the decision to challenge the dissolution of the provincial counci Empty The Federal Court sets a date for the decision to challenge the dissolution of the provincial counci

    Post by rocky Sun 17 Nov 2019, 6:30 am


    The Federal Court sets a date for the decision to challenge the dissolution of the provincial councils

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    Baghdad / ..
    A member of Baghdad Provincial Council Saad al-Muttalbi, on Sunday, the Federal Court set a date to decide the decision of Parliament on the dissolution of provincial councils, indicating that the provincial councils face a major crisis over its employees and contracts and daily procedures.
    Al-Muttalbi said in a statement to / information / that "the Federal Court fixed on the fifth of December next date to consider an appeal on the decision of Parliament to resolve the area of ​​the provinces."
    He added that "all the provincial councils faced a great crisis because of the large number of employees, as well as the presence of thousands of daily wages and contracts are still unaccounted for awaiting the decision of the Federal Court."
    "The government is required to find a solution to the large numbers of employees and not to lay off without delay or waiting for judicial decisions." Ends / 25 KD


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