[size=52]Finance supports food security and parliament without an agreement[/size]
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Baghdad: Ali Abdul Khaliq
The Food Security Bill remains a primary concern of most Parliament committees in response to significant pressures on Parliament by free lecturers, as well as other segments.
The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Hakim Al-Zamili, says: The Ministry of Finance responded and agreed to several items regarding assignments within the law.
A statement from Al-Zamili’s office stated that the finances will include “the assignments of lecturers and administrators, and the assignments of 2019 and 2020 graduates of doctors, pharmacists, dentists, health professionals and scientists.”
The statement continued, "The Ministry of Finance will agree to restart the expired contracts, who were working within the Pipelines and Oil Products Company, and to appoint graduates of oil institutes and port institutes."
A statement by the ministry indicated its readiness if the law was passed, and stated that its paragraphs “address the food and drug crisis, the rise in prices and farmers’ entitlements, the payment of the state’s obligations in the energy file, and the provision of allocations for reconstruction.”
The statement added that "the Accounting Department will finance an amount (one) trillion dinars after it is included in the Food Security Law, which is the cost of transferring daily wages for decades from those covered by Cabinet Resolution 315 of 2019, and paying the dues of free lecturers and administrators covered by Resolution 130 of 2021, who will be transferred for contracts. Pursuant to Resolution 315, as amended by Resolution 337 of 2019, and assigned the custodian workers from the Reform Department and included them in the law to reform depositors and inmates, and assigned the appointments of 2019 and 2020 graduates of doctors, pharmacists, dentists, health professionals and scientists.
In turn, the head of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Hassan Al-Kaabi, said: “The law will be approved before the end of the legislative term on the 9th of the month.
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