Al-Kinani: Public pressure pushed parliament to legislate laws deferred from past sessions
08:33 - 21/11/2019
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MP Sadikoun bloc, Ahmed al-Kanani, said Thursday that public pressure and demonstrations prompted parliament to legislate laws postponed from the previous sessions, stressing the need to activate social security for workers in the private sector at the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.
Kanani said in a statement to the information, that "the Constitution provides for social security, and there are actual moves to end the laws of social security and health in addition to the scale of salaries, where the coming days will see the voting on these laws in addition to a lot of laws deferred from previous sessions."
He added that "the demonstrations came a precious gain for the parliament, and pushed him towards the adoption of important laws, especially which did not vote on them during the past sessions."
He explained that "private sector companies are supposed to register their employees in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs for the purpose of placing their names on the lists covered by social security, but with the absence of a law binding for these companies, there is a lax in this procedure." Finished 25 N