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    Governmental advisor: No worries about employee salaries

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    Post by Rocky Sat 07 Mar 2020, 5:49 pm

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    [size=18]On Saturday, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed that there are no concerns about the salaries of state employees.


    "The Iraqi government believes that the salaries of state employees, retirees, and social welfare are from the red lines and cannot be compromised," Saleh said, according to the Iraqi News Agency (INA).

    He added that "there are financial measures to secure the salaries of employees, which are followed by the government, including pressure spending and the postponement of some unimportant projects in addition to other treatments."







    Saleh pointed out that "the equivalent of a third of the Iraqi people receives income from the government directly and indirectly, as well as the private sector, which is also dependent on the income of the employee or retired," noting that "the decline in oil prices leaves an impact, but there are strict financial treatments."


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