[size=36]Parliamentary Finance comments on the proposed compulsory saving of employee salaries[/size]
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, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar, called on Thursday to keep the compulsory savings proposal away from the employees ’salaries.
Al-Saffar said, according to the official agency, that "the proposal of the Parliamentary Economic Committee to work with the compulsory saving system is an unsuccessful proposal," calling for "the removal of employee salaries from it."
He added that "the government has special options for financial policy and can coordinate with the central bank as responsible for monetary policy by using the solutions available in crises."
He pointed out that "this system requires deduction of part of the employees salaries and recovery of them at another time, and the percentage of this deduction is large according to the proposal of the Economic Committee."
Al-Saffar continued, "Preserving the restructuring of the budget must be in other ways, such as restructuring the spending sections, controlling expenditures and using the surplus from the 2019 budget, or imposing bonds on private and governmental banks, but away from the salaries of employees, all of which will be more feasible solutions." Ended 29 / h