[size=36]Parliament Presidency: Establishing a budget item to allocate a percentage of job grades to holders of higher degrees[/size]
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The Presidency of Parliament announced, on Monday, that a clause in the budget law to allocate a percentage of job grades to holders of higher degrees.
The media office of the Presidency Council member, Hassan Al-Kaabi, said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that the latter "met in his office a number of representatives of higher diplomas, in the presence of the head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Vian Sabri, and the deputies Jawad al-Musawi and Alaa al-Rubaie, where Discussing the activation of the issue of accommodating graduates with higher degrees in ministries and setting an integrated program in this regard, as well as activating all official communications adopted by the first deputy earlier in the matter.
Al-Kaabi called on the government to "allocate a percentage of the job grades that exist within the owners' movement, which will be provided by amending the recent retirement law to holders of higher degrees, which amount to approximately 200,000 degrees," addressing the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Ministry of Higher Education to "inform the parliament about The plan and the procedures that were followed to employ our sons and brothers with higher degrees.
He affirmed, his intention "to place an item in the budget law that will reach the parliament after completing the formation of the government, which includes allocating a percentage of job grades to holders of higher degrees."
Al-Kaabi said, "It is painful to see those with higher degrees demonstrating for" appointment ", which is a dangerous precedent! At a time when it should be the responsibility of the state not only to accelerate this, but to put all its capabilities to benefit from these competencies in shaping state policy. And the reform project and the development of the political track in the country, "noting that" the owners of these certificates are the most valuable wealth of the country and the basis for building it. "Ended 29 / A 43