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    Reconsidering the scale of state salaries

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    Reconsidering the scale of state salaries Empty Reconsidering the scale of state salaries

    Post by Rocky Sat 08 Feb 2020, 2:07 am

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    [size=18]The Parliamentary Legal Committee revealed, on Saturday, that the Federal Civil Service Law will top the agenda of the new legislative season sessions, while the Finance Committee indicated that the law will review the ladder of state salaries.


    Member of Parliament Committee Hussein Al-Aqabi told Al-Sabah: “The law was withdrawn and we objected to his presentation of the final vote, because the law has existed since the previous session of the Parliamentary Finance Committee and it is outside its jurisdiction,” adding that “the legal committee asked the law Study it and submit it to the final vote later.






     
    He pointed out that "the law relates to the organization of legal centers to manage the organizational structure of the Iraqi state as it summarizes the rights and duties of the employee," explaining that "the law regulates the work of public functions and management of the government sector, with administrative experiences of more than 100 years old, and no longer than 100 years old, with The new constitutional order. "
     
    For its part, the Parliamentary Finance Committee announced that the legislation of the Federal Civil Service Law will lead to a review of the scale of salaries of employees in the state departments.
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    Majida Al-Tamimi, a member of the committee, stated that “the civil service law legislation will lead to a reconsideration of the scale of the salaries of employees of all state departments,” noting that “voting on the law will be within the next legislative session sessions, until the drafting of the law is completed.”
     
    She added that “the law includes 100 articles in total, and does not affect the salaries of employees, but will entail financial implications that require a review of the salary scale”, stating that “legal, human rights and representative financial committees submitted formal requests to the Presidency of the Parliament for the Presidency of Parliament Audit and guarantee employee rights without prejudice. "


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    Reconsidering the scale of state salaries Empty The House of Representatives intends to reconsider the salary scale for state employees

    Post by Rocky Sat 08 Feb 2020, 2:11 am

    [size=30]The House of Representatives intends to reconsider the salary scale for state employees[/size]

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    [size=15]The Parliamentary Legal Committee announced that the federal civil service bill will top the sessions of the new legislative term, while the Finance Committee confirmed that the legislation of the law will lead to a review of the salary scale for state employees.[/size]
    [size=15]A member of the legal committee, Hussein Al-Oqabi, said in a press statement, "The law is related to organizing legal centers to manage the organizational structure of the Iraqi state, and it also summarizes the rights and duties of the employee," according to the official newspaper, Al-Sabah.[/size]
    [size=15]He explained that "the law regulates the work of public jobs and management of the government sector, with administrative experiences more than 100 years old, and it must be reformulated in a manner consistent with the new constitutional order ."[/size]
    [size=15]For her part, Magda Al-Tamimi, a member of the Finance Committee, announced that "the civil service law legislation will lead to a reconsideration of the salary scale for employees of all state departments."[/size]
    [size=15]And she stated, "The vote on the law will be within the next legislative session sessions, and until the legal formulations by the committees are mature." The concerned. "[/size]
    [size=15]She added, "The law includes 100 articles in total, and does not affect the salaries of employees. Rather, it will have financial repercussions that require a review of the salary scale."[/size]
    [size=15]She pointed out that "the legal committees, human rights and parliamentary finance submitted formal requests to the Presidency of Parliament to withdraw the federal civil service law and to wait for its presentation by voting until re-auditing and ensuring the rights of employees without prejudice."[/size]
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