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Parliamentary Finance announces the existence of a government proposal that includes compulsory savings for employees

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Economy News - Baghdad:
Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Jamal Kujer confirmed, on Sunday, one of the proposals to solve the economic crisis in the country is to resort to the compulsory saving of employees, while clarifying the details of this proposal .
Cougar said, "The general situation of Iraq and the region is going through a severe economic crisis, and the Iraqi state is different from three quarters of the world, considering that it faces complex crises, amounting to five crises together, which makes the economic situation very difficult," noting that "the state does not have Many alternative solutions, because maximizing resources is not an easy process in record time, which makes the country in front of limited options, including resorting to bank reserves and borrowing from Iraqi banks .
Cougar added that "the other option is to fight corruption and this is difficult, because it needs a strong government." He pointed out that "the third option is to issue some decisions, among them, for example, to abolish the customs exemption that is applied to some Iraqi ports, or to transfer the management of border ports." To destinations that you can control, as the counter-terrorism apparatus . "
 
He continued, "One of the methods that were discussed but did not become a decision is to resort to compulsory savings, but the point of disagreement in this option is who will be covered by saving," noting that "we in the Parliamentary Finance Committee are not with savings for all salary scales, but for limited groups according to the majority of members We set a financial ceiling for those who are included in the savings, for example, for those whose salary amounts to two or two and a half and a half dinars per month, either from their salary of 500 or more or less and has many family obligations and rental fees, it is not possible to apply compulsory savings to them because he will either be neglected in his job or resort to To corruption . "


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[size=18]Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Jamal Kujer confirmed, on Sunday, one of the proposals to resolve the economic crisis in the country is to resort to the compulsory saving of employees, while clarifying the details of this proposal.


"The general situation of Iraq and the region is going through a severe economic crisis, and the Iraqi state differs from three quarters of the world, considering that it faces complex crises, amounting to five crises together, which makes the economic situation very difficult," [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  said in an interview with Alsumaria News. "The state does not have many alternative solutions, because maximizing resources is not an easy process in record time, which makes the state facing limited options, including resorting to bank reserves and borrowing from Iraqi banks."






 
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  added that "the other option is to fight corruption and this is difficult, because it needs a strong government." He pointed out that "the third option is to issue some decisions, among them, for example, to abolish the customs exemption that applies to some Iraqi ports, or to transfer the management of border ports." To destinations that you can control, as the counter-terrorism apparatus. "
 
He continued, "One of the methods that were discussed but did not become a decision is to resort to compulsory savings, but the point of disagreement in this option is who will be covered by saving," noting that "we in the Parliamentary Finance Committee are not with savings for all salary scales, but for limited groups according to the majority of members We set a financial ceiling for those who are included in the savings, for example, for those whose salary amounts to two or two and a half and a half dinars per month, either from their salary of 500 or more or less and has many family obligations and rental fees, it is not possible to apply compulsory savings to them because he will either be neglected in his job or resort to To corruption. "
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  stressed that "until the moment, a final agreement has not been reached, and is still in the stage of discussions on how to find solutions to the problem we have entered into," adding that "there are solutions with the government but it needs a strong government."
 
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  faces an economic and financial crisis as a result of the low oil prices, which have reached less than 30 dollars, especially as [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]  relies mainly on revenues from the sale of oil in its public budget, as it constitutes more than 95% of these revenues.


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