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Parliamentary Finance: We reject compulsory saving from employee salaries

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Post by rocky on Tue 12 May 2020, 3:12 am

Parliamentary Finance: We reject compulsory saving from employee salaries




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Parliamentary Finance: We reject compulsory saving from employee salaries


The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed the ability of the federal government to pay employees salaries until the end of this year. 
Member of the Committee, Deputy Shirvan Mirza said in a special statement to PUKmedia , on Tuesday 12/5/2020, that the Finance Committee refuses to prejudice the salaries of employees and the application of the compulsory savings system, denying that there is any proposal from the Finance Committee or the House of Representatives to apply savings from the salaries of employees. 
Representative Sherwan Mirza added that the proposal was from advisers to the Prime Minister, stressing that the House of Representatives rejects this, indicating at the same time that the federal government and according to available information can exchange the salaries of employees until the end of this year. 


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