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Former Director of the Audit Bureau: The Minister of Finance is strict with his theses, and we exclu

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Post by rocky Wed 17 Nov 2021, 6:09 am

Former Director of the Audit Bureau: The Minister of Finance is strict with his theses, and we exclude an increase in salaries

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{Economist: Al Furat News} The former director of the Financial Supervision Bureau, Salah Nuri, described the current Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, as "hard-line in his theses."
Nuri told {Euphrates News}: "We rule out taking any action regarding the salary increase process, because the current Minister of Finance is strict, and one of his proposals was to reduce salaries."
"Until now, it is not possible to know the fiscal policy of the new government, but the issue of salary increases is excluded," he added.
Nuri pointed out, "The most affected are the poor and vulnerable segment that does not have an income or salary such as earners or those who work in the private sector, so it is necessary to support the budget of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to support these segments."
The Prime Minister's advisor for financial and economic affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, reassured the employees about their salaries.
And Saleh confirmed the first yesterday, Monday, to Al Furat News: “The salaries of employees will not be affected by the delay in approving the financial budget for the next year 2022 because government expenditures or their revenues are governed by the Financial Management Law and this law regulates the financial work of the new administration for 2022 in the absence of a budget.”
And he indicated that "the formation of the government and parliament and its delay requires legislation and the law confirms the disbursement of 12/1 from the financial administration for the previous year and on a monthly basis for each corresponding month in the past year, as well as the expenditures in disbursing payments for ongoing projects."

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