Parliament votes on the federal civil service bill next Thursday
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Economy News - Baghdad
The Speaker of Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, announced that the draft federal civil service law will be included in the parliament session next Thursday for a vote.
Al-Halbousi said that the draft federal civil service law will be included in the vote next Thursday in the parliament session.
The draft law stipulates the creation of each state department called the Department of Human Resources and Administrative Services whose function is to express an opinion regarding the distribution of the workforce in the management of human resources and the provision of studies and research, and it is prohibited for the employee to have everyone between two government jobs and buy shares of joint stock companies.
The draft law specified the leadership special positions, with 13 job degrees, which represent the president of the university, the head of the State Council, the ambassador, the head of the Pension Authority, and others, the positions of 13 positions, including an advisor in the three presidencies, an undersecretary, and those who receive their salaries, the two vice-presidents of the Office of Financial Supervision, the Integrity Commission, and others. While the higher positions were identified by the Director General and the Dean of the College.
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On the other hand, the Chairman of the Finance Committee, Haitham al-Jubouri, said that the draft Federal Civil Service Law was raised more than a year ago for a vote in Parliament, but the Presidency of Parliament did not include it on the Council's agenda.
And Jubouri that this law makes the employee is aware of its limitations and responsibilities, rights and duties and facilitates negligent accounting of them in addition to the law that will determine the future political career of the Iraqi state.