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    Iraq's teachers are calling on Saleh not to approve the 2021 budget

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    Post by Rocky Mon 05 Apr 2021, 7:54 am

      Iraq's teachers are calling on Saleh not to approve the 2021 budget

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    The Iraqi Teachers Union called on President Barham Salih not to approve the draft federal budget approved by Parliament, on Wednesday, until an amendment is made to ensure the rights of thousands of teachers are granted temporary contracts in schools.
    Teachers have been working on temporary contracts in schools for 10 years for free, in the hope that they will be installed on permanent contracts and will receive monthly salaries.
    The head of the Iraqi Teachers Syndicate, Abbas Al-Sudani, said during a press conference held in Baghdad yesterday, Sunday, that "teachers on temporary contracts have made efforts in the Education Department for free without any monthly dues."
    Al-Sudani added that all teachers will stand up "by force of converting free-working teachers into permanent paid contracts, and that any services provided without paying a fee for this, is exploitation and a procedure contrary to the law."
    The protests area of ​​teachers appointed on temporary contracts includes 15 Iraqi governorates, excluding the governorates of the Kurdistan region.
    The captain called on the Prime Minister to "increase the financial allocations specified in the budget to convert temporary teacher contracts to fixed ... We call not to approve the budget until the amendment is made to the paragraph on teachers."
    The country's draft budget for 2021 included an item under the name of "grant" that would be offered to teachers on temporary contracts, without clarifying the mechanism for its distribution, which was rejected by the union.
    Malek Hadi, "the representative of the free lecturers," said in press statements that the total number of teachers working for free in the country in the education sector is 140,000.
    Since last Thursday, that is, the day after the Iraqi parliament approved the country's budget, protests began in the southern provinces of the country and expanded to include all provinces.
    On Sunday, the governorates of Baghdad, Salah al-Din, Najaf, Karbala, Diwaniyah, Babil, Muthanna, Nineveh, Diyala, Dhi Qar, Wasit, Basra, Anbar and Maysan were witnessed.
    On Wednesday, the House of Representatives approved the country's financial budget for the current year 2021, with total expenditures of 129 trillion dinars (88 billion dollars).
    Source: Anatolia

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