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Finance member reveals a proposal to the President of Parliament to deduct a percentage of employee

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Post by rocky on Tue 12 May 2020, 3:31 am

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[size=18]Member of the Finance Committee Jamal Kujer stressed the necessity of distributing the salaries of employees before Eid Al-Fitr, while revealing a proposal to the Speaker of Parliament to deduct 10% of the employees ’salaries as compulsory saving at the end of the year.


"The salaries of the month of May are secured and the government must take into account the situation of employees and divorce them before Eid Al-Fitr, especially that the feast will coincide with a very sensitive date, because the salaries of employees are released from 18 to 25 from the ministry and go to the locality," Cougar told government media.






 
He added that "the deductions, if completed, will be savings, which is the proposal of the Speaker of Parliament that deducts 10 percent of salaries as compulsory savings until the end of the year", noting that "this deduction is a proposal that must have the formulation of a law or a decision with the approval of the government, approval of the government, Drafted by law that cannot be tampered with. "
 
Cougar emphasized that "the central bank can lend to the government because the international classification of banks has rated the Central Bank of Iraq in good shape and has been instructed that it can lend the government a quarter of a billion dollars without affecting the local currency."

 
"The 2020 budget is supposed to be discussed in the cabinet within the next two weeks, with changes in oil prices and priorities such as Corona and the health file, which must be taken into account, reformulated, and included in the budget to decide directly on the budget of 2021," he added.


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