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Parliamentary work reveals the fate of the retirement and social security law

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Post by rocky Mon 05 Jul 2021, 2:03 pm

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Today, Monday, the Parliamentary Committee on Labor, Immigration and Displacement revealed the fate of the retirement and social security bill.
The head of the committee, Raad Al-Dahlaki, said in a press statement, “The Retirement and Social Security Law is one of the important and fundamental laws in order to address many problems, the first of which is preserving the rights of workers in the private sector, which contributes to reducing pressure on the public sector and directs the compass of young people to work in the private sector after the availability of Full guarantees for their future and their families are within the articles of the law.”
And he indicated, "The committee has reached advanced stages in completing the stages of legislating the law in order to vote on it as soon as possible."
He added, "The draft law has reached its semi-final stages, and there are only minor touches and some amendments and discussions with a number of specialists, in addition to a number of workshops that the committee is working on completing during the next short period," stressing that "the committee has been placed among the priorities of its work." During the remainder of the current session, the draft law will be completed in its final form and submitted to the Presidency of the House of Representatives in order to present it for a vote to be one of the most important achievements of the House of Representatives in general and the committee in particular during the current parliamentary session.
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