[rtl]Wednesday 27 May 2020 | 8:00 pm[/rtl]
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Baghdad / ... Member of Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed al-Jubouri, explained on Wednesday the fact that he went to the option of deduction or compulsory saving for the salaries of employees with regular grades.
Al-Jubouri said in a press statement, "The financial crisis of the country is a realistic matter that is not hidden to all, and its responsibility is borne by the entire people, and we must join hands to cross the crisis."
And he stated, "The Finance Committee agreed to reduce the salaries of the higher grades from a general manager and above. As for the employees of the regular degree, we will be a defense attorney for them not to prejudice their salaries."
He stressed, "The salaries of the fourth and fifth months are distributed, and we are in the process of preparing the sixth month, and the state is able to set up and activate taxes and customs, in addition to internal and external borrowing."
He pointed out that "any deduction for the sixth month's salaries did not take place," noting that "salary cuts and compulsory savings are false statements."
He added: "We are working not to go to compulsory saving or deduct the salaries of employees, because the situation has not yet reached the real crisis that makes us study savings."
Earlier in the day, the pioneers of social networking sites circulated news about the government's tendency to deduct the salaries of employees, to contain the crisis that is afflicting the country, as a result of the Corona pandemic, and low oil prices. Finished 2
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