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Tufaili: Compulsory saving of salaries confuses the situation and awaited government decisions

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Post by rocky on Sun 26 Apr 2020, 1:58 am

Tufaili: Compulsory saving of salaries confuses the situation and awaited government decisions

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{Baghdad: Al Furat News} A member of the Parliamentary Economic Committee, Salem Thameer Al Tufayli, said that the issue of compulsory saving from employee salaries confuses the situation, and that this matter is still proposed to get out of the crisis.
"There must be solutions in order to get out of the economic crisis the country is experiencing, and saving is still just proposals and not official decisions, so the economic situation of the country is bad," Tufayli said in a press statement.
He added that "the central bank, the Prime Minister, the Parliamentary Finance Committee and the Parliamentary Economic Committee have submitted some proposals to get out of the crisis, but they have not become official."
He continued the parasite "on the government to find a quick and immediate solutions to save money, including agriculture support completely dropped , especially after falling prices Alinvt- should also support small industries" .anthy
Ammar al - Masoudi


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