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The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed, on Sunday, that the employees’ salaries are secured and that the financial surplus allows for the release of upgrades, noting that if the experience of the Central Bank fails to reduce the dollar exchange rate, the trend in the coming years will be towards returning it to the old rate.
Committee member Naji Al-Saeedi stated in a statement (September 19, 2021), that “the salaries of employees in the current budget are absolutely secured, and there is a surplus and there is no deficit in the budget, and this surplus can be used to launch bonuses and employee promotions, and most ministries’ budgets allow this.”
Al-Saidi added, “Special job grades will be launched for all ministries in the next budget,” noting that “in regard to promotions, as we know, they have been suspended for years, but most ministries allow promotions, including the Ministry of Education, and there is a plan in the rest of the ministries, and the financial allocation for the rest of the ministries will be provided and launched in Next years".
As for the price of the dollar, the committee member explained, “It is a governmental issue that has nothing to do with the House of Representatives, and it is an arithmetic issue through calculating the general revenues of the budget,” stressing that “if there is a failure in the experience of the Central Bank about reducing the exchange rate of the dollar against the dinar, the trend will be in The coming years are about changing the exchange rate and returning it to its previous era.”
With regard to contracts, Al-Saidi said that “according to the text of the law, those who have completed five years will be fixed on the permanent owners, and those who are not confirmed, this is due to the issue of local revenues because their budget is self-balancing.”
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