Al-Okabi reveals a preliminary proposal to postpone the implementation of the amendment of the Unified Retirement Law
The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed a preliminary proposal to postpone the implementation of the amendment of the unified pension law, to make way for ministries and government institutions to find replacements for employees referred to retirement.
"The government was supposed to be granted the right to exclude from referral to retirement for rare specialties," said committee member MP Hussein al- [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , in a press statement, noting that there is a government deficit in the employment of medical, academic, scientific, accountants and judges.
He added: "The appointment of new employees instead of those retired will be in the ninth, eight or seventh levels, while those referred to retirement are employees of the third and fourth grades," noting: "This disparity will create a deficit in the advanced grades, and it is not appropriate to assign competencies to Retirement without providing the alternative. "
Last week, the Presidency of the House of Representatives decided to postpone the vote on the draft amendment to the Unified Retirement Law No. 9 of 2014.
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