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Parliamentary work calls for investing in telecommunications taxes to secure employee salaries

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Post by rocky on Mon 27 Apr 2020, 9:02 am


Parliamentary work calls for investing in telecommunications taxes to secure employee salaries

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On Monday, the Parliamentary Labor and Social Affairs Committee called on the government to invest the taxes imposed on telecommunications companies to fill the shortfall in employees' salaries for the next month.
Committee member Fadel Al-Fatlawi said in a statement to "Information", that "the government has to go to several doors to secure employee salaries, such as relying on industry or agriculture," noting that "the government is able to secure employee salaries for the next month through internal loans."
He added that "the country is going through severe economic conditions and it must plan to support industry and agriculture as an alternative to oil," calling on the "government to invest the taxes imposed on telecommunications companies to fill the salary shortage and fully secure it."
A number of deputies have stated, at a time of a race, that the government will face a problem in securing employee salaries for the next month in light of the oil collapse and the stalling of the economy due to the Corona pandemic. It ended 25 T.


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