[size=36]To open a new inclusion in social care .. Labor calls for allocating funds in the 2022 budget[/size]
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, Minister of Labor and Social Affairs, Adel Al-Rikabi met, on Wednesday, with a number of members of the current parliament to discuss ways of joint cooperation between the legislative and executive authorities in a way that contributes to serving the segments sponsored by the ministry.
According to a statement by the ministry, Mawazine News received a copy of it, the minister reviewed what had been achieved in the ministry during the last period of the government’s life, including the return of sums estimated at tens of billions of double-salaries who had exceeded the allocations for social protection and the provision of the poor.
Al-Rikabi stressed the provision of support to young people by launching five meals for thousands of borrowers to support small projects for job seekers registered within the ministry’s database in Baghdad and the governorates, as well as opening the modern kiosks project for investment by the unemployed in all governorates.
He added, that the ministry has increased the number of those covered by the social security law for workers to reach about (650) thousand, in addition to referring more than three thousand companies in violation of the judiciary due to their failure to implement the provisions of the labor, retirement and social security laws for influential workers. In addition to increasing the social benefit ceiling, and enacting many important laws related to the work of the Ministry.
He also indicated that the amounts allocated to children's bodies as well as social protection and disability that were approved within the 2021 budget were not sufficient to open the new inclusion, calling for the reallocation of the agreed amounts before the budget was approved to be able to expand inclusiveness during 2022, while the deputies expressed their willingness to support and support the Ministry of Labor In order to provide the best services to the beneficiary groups. Ended 29/R77