[size=36]A parliamentary committee accuses the Ministry of Finance of violating the law regarding the grades of political dismissals[/size]
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, on Wednesday, the Parliamentary Committee of Martyrs, Victims and Political Prisoners accused the Ministry of Finance of violating the law regarding the grades of political dismissals.
The head of the committee, Deputy Khalaf Abdel Samad, said, in an interview with the official newspaper, that “the federal budget for the year 2021 did not refer to the creation of job grades for political dismissals despite our many demands. They have the decisions of the verification committee, and the ministry has informed us of the grades that will be created
for the year 2019 downwards.”
Abdul Samad pointed out that “the instructions of the Ministry of Finance are a legal violation, as our committee addressed the ministry to continue creating job grades according to the articles of the Law on the Dismissed of Politicians.” Our book so far.
For his part, the spokesman for the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Haider Majid, said in an interview with the official newspaper that “a number of those covered by the law on political separation between ministries and entities not associated with a ministry were distributed and appointed in 2019 by the canceled Diwani Order Committee (20 of 2014), and they did not. The procedures for their appointment are being completed due to
the economic situation and the Corona pandemic.” Ended 29/A4