[size=52]A parliamentary committee calls on the next government to review the economic and financial policies[/size]
[size=45]The decision of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar, called on the next government to reconsider the economic and financial policies, restructure the Iraqi economy and give the private sector the same rights and privileges granted to the public sector.
[size=45]Al-Saffar said that "Iraq needs a salary system that achieves justice by distribution, and that the difference between the highest salary and the lowest salary is the lowest possible, and that the difference does not remain so great", indicating that "salaries take from the budget annually, amounting to approximately 40 trillion dinars, which is a very large amount and is assumed Reconsider and create fairness in income distribution. ”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Saffar added, "Iraq is already suffering from the disguised unemployment issue in the number of workers in state institutions and departments, and according to some studies, employee productivity does not exceed 24-25 minutes of daily work, and therefore must be reconsidered because this is a big problem," noting that "the demonstrations What happened recently prompted the government to resort to opening the door for appointment, creating new job grades, and returning the dismissed, despite our belief that the demands of the protesters are real and should be addressed, but not in this way, but the new appointments raised the amounts allocated to the salaries in this year's draft budget from 38 trillion dinars to more than 52 trillion debt ".[/size]
[size=45]He continued, "The economic system of the state weighs on the budget, especially since the greatest risk is that the budget depends on a single resource, which is oil, and any defect that occurs in this resource creates a catastrophe." Iraqi and gives space to the private sector with the same rights and privileges granted to the public sector, including social and health security, pension and others. ”[/size]
[size=45]Al-Saffar stressed that "receiving some societal classes for more than one salary is contrary to the Financial Management Law, the Budget Law and our distance from social justice, and it is assumed that these cases will be reviewed and counted."[/size]
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