Parliamentary Economy: The government will not be able to pay the salaries of new employees
16:44 - 13/01/2020
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The Parliamentary Economy Committee confirmed on Monday that the federal government will face a problem in paying salaries to new employees in the ministries of Electricity, Defense, Interior and other ministries, while it indicated that the recent appointments were launched randomly and disorganized.
Committee member Nada Shaker said in a statement to "Information", that "the recent appointments launched by the government after the crisis of popular demonstrations and protests are random and irregular," noting that "the number of new employees exceeds the government's operational budget."
She added that "the government will be unable to pay the salaries of new employees in the ministries of Electricity, Defense, Interior and other ministries," noting that "financial grants for the unemployed were supposed to be launched until a plan was drawn up to properly employ them."
It indicated that "the department that needs 50 employees has been appointed more than 500 employees and this matter negatively affects the government operational budget."
It is mentioned that the ministries of Electricity, Interior and Defense appointed a large number of unemployed graduates to reduce unemployment and mass escalation. It ended 25 T.