According to the Food Security Law, Wasit calls on the Finance Ministry to indicate its share of the appointment of contracts
Shafaq News / Wasit Governor Muhammad Jamil Al-Mayahi demanded today, Saturday, the Ministry of Finance to clarify the mechanism for appointing contracts in the governorate from bachelor and diploma graduates within the "share of his governorate" in accordance with the law of emergency support for food security and development.
Wasit Governor Muhammad Jamil Al-Mayahi said in a document that he addressed the Ministry of Finance regarding contract appointments, obtained by Shafak News Agency; “A letter to the Ministry of Finance that includes contracts with holders of bachelor’s degrees and diplomas and for all specializations at a rate of 1,000 contracts for each governorate according to the Emergency Support Law for Food Security and Development.”
The governor called on the Ministry of Finance to "describe the mechanism that we adopt in appointing contracts so that we can report on those grades."
On June 14, 2022, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed the ministries and state institutions to expedite the inventory of the names of contract employees in all departments who have a job service for two years or more in preparation for their confirmation on the permanent staff.
And the Ministry of Finance decided, on May 30, 2022, to include the allocations necessary to convert free lecturers and administrators in the Ministry of Education into contracts in accordance with Resolution 315, and it had no objection to implementing this, in the event the House of Representatives desired, a request to include a text authorizing the Federal Minister of Finance to create degrees for the nominees to add allocations Financial for the purpose of the research.
In many governorates, over the previous periods, demonstrations were witnessed in which the lecturers, the daily procedure, and the contractors were demanding their confirmation and fairness of their rights in permanent appointment to the owners of the ministries to which they belong. And the law enforcement forces to protect the Green Zone, which includes the headquarters of the Iraqi government, after the demonstrators demanded their inclusion in Resolution 315, before the protest developed into a verbal altercation and friction with the security forces.
Resolution "315" includes mechanisms to address the status of workers as contracts and daily wages in various government institutions, which the Council of Ministers voted on in 2019.
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