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Parliamentary Finance: The salaries and benefits of retirees and employees will not be affected

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Post by rocky on Fri 15 May 2020, 2:12 am


Parliamentary Finance: The salaries and benefits of retirees and employees will not be affected

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Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Haneen Al-Qudo, stressed that the salaries and allocations of retirees and employees will not be affected, pointing out that the government is still studying the budget in order to resolve its file during the next few days.
Al-Kiddo said in a statement to "Information", that "the salary scale for employees will not witness any amendment or new procedures, as the employees' salaries will remain unchanged without any reduction or tampering with the allocations."
He added, "The salaries of retirees, too, will not witness any modification in terms of reduction, increase, or tampering with them, and the same applies to the wages of social welfare."
And that "what is published about reducing salaries or cutting part of the allocations is nothing but mere rumors about the health, and the government is in the process of re-studying the budget in order to resolve its file in the next few days." 25 n ended


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