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BAGHDAD: The Finance Committee, chaired by Haitham al-Jubouri and the presence of its members on a meeting discussed the federal civil service law and the preparation of a new formula for the salary of state employees and sent to the government.
The interventions and opinions of members of the Finance Committee, according to the Information Chamber of the House of Representatives "on the preparation of a new salary scale for state employees to ensure social justice and eliminate the large differences between salaries, as well as it is a major demand of the demonstrators to be achieved."
On the other hand, Chairman of the Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri stressed "the need to maximize non-oil revenues such as taxes and full control over border ports and customs to supplement the state investment budget to complete the lagging projects and to initiate other important projects such as hospitals and schools."
In this regard, the Finance Committee directed to "host the Governor of the Central Bank and the President of the Border Ports Authority and the President of the Customs Authority and the President of the Tax Authority to identify the problems facing them and find quick solutions to them." is over


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Post by rocky on Mon 25 Nov 2019, 6:29 am

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Parliamentary Finance reveals details of the new salary scale for employees of Iraq






2019/11/25 05:59:14

The Finance Committee, chaired by MP Haitham al-Jubouri, and its members attended on Monday 25/11/2019 a meeting at which the Federal Civil Service Law was discussed and a new formula for the salary of state employees was sent and sent to the government.
According to the meeting, the preparation of a new salary scale for state employees ensures social justice and eliminates the large differences between salaries as well as it is a major demand of the demonstrators to be achieved.
On the other hand, Chairman of the Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri stressed the need to maximize non-oil revenues such as taxes and full control over border ports and customs to supplement the state investment budget to complete the lagging projects and initiate other important projects such as hospitals and schools.
In this regard, the Finance Committee directed to host the Governor of the Central Bank, the Chairman of the Border Ports Authority, the Head of the Customs Authority and the Head of the Tax Authority to identify the problems facing them and find quick solutions to them.


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