[size=36]Parliament seeks to oblige governments to allocate land to beneficiaries and the Labor Law on the schedule of its next sessions[/size]
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The Labor and Social Affairs, Immigration and Parliamentary Displacement Committee confirmed on Sunday that it is seeking to compel the "reluctant" local governments to implement the initiative to distribute plots of land among the beneficiaries, as well as setting plans to increase the salaries of those covered by social welfare and families.
Member of the committee, Fadel Jaber Al-Fatlawi, stated that "the committee has drawn up plans to approve the labor law, after it has been studied and discussed, and will be presented to the parliament in the upcoming sessions."
He added, “The committee demanded an increase in financial allocations in the budget of 2020, to increase the numbers of those covered by social welfare, and to increase the salaries of the poor families, in addition to developing a clear vision to return the displaced and support them in the areas and work in their homes.”
He pointed out that "the committee has set in its plans and services to increase the salaries of social welfare, and despite the existence of a budget deficit, these segments must obtain their rights", explaining that "the majority of the discussions of the committee on this budget are simple."
He stressed Fatlawi, that " the Commission has sought to activate the distribution of plots of land initiative among the beneficiaries, but most local governments lagging behind in this regard, so we decided to communicate with them for land to create and distribute among the beneficiaries of the social welfare network" .anthy 29 / A 43