[size=36]Parliamentary proposal to fill vacancies as a result of the retirement of ambassadors[/size]
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, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Hoshyar Abdullah, on Friday renewed the request to assign foreign ministry employees who are minister-level delegated to the ambassador’s tasks, while keeping their salaries as they are without increasing to fill the vacancy caused by referring a large number of ambassadors to retirement and to save expenses, directing an official request To the Presidency of the House of Representatives in this regard.
Abdullah said in the request, which Mawazine News received a copy of, that it is a reference to the books issued recently by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that include ministerial orders to refer a number of ambassadors to retirement, based on Law No. 26 of 2019 Law of the First Amendment of the Unified Retirement Law No. 9 of 2014 He reminds the ministry of what was stated in his book No. 320 on December 1, 2019, which includes a proposal that the vacancy be filled in for ambassadors from the ministry’s employees who are minister-level delegates to squeeze expenses and avoid the problems caused by polarization and political conflicts. The Diplomatic Osat This is the case in many countries, especially those suffering from financial and economic conditions difficult. "
And Abdullah expressed his surprise at the "lack of response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to this proposal," noting that "the difficult circumstance the country is going through cannot tolerate compliments, satisfy relatives, friends and acquaintances, appoint them ambassadors, and spend large amounts of money on them."
Abdullah expressed, "I hope that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs puts the interests of the people above all other considerations, applies this proposal and stops appointing new ambassadors." Ended 29 / h