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    Parliamentary Finance: Job Assignments In Food Security Do Not Address The Problem Of Unemployment

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    [size=38]Parliamentary Finance: Job Assignments In Food Security Do Not Address The Problem Of Unemployment
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    Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Sajjad Salem, considered, on Wednesday, that the job grades allocated under the Food Security Law are few and do not address the problem of unemployment, while stressing the existence of efforts to settle the private sector with public sector employees.
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    Salem said in an interview with "Information", that "the job grades that were launched are within the law of emergency support for food security and development," noting that "the contract will be for a period of 3 years for a thousand people from each governorate."
    He added, "The thousand job degrees are few and do not address the problem of unemployment suffered by young people, but will contribute to reducing their percentage, even by a small percentage," noting that "the appointments will be with a salary of 300,000 dinars for the purpose of training and development, and include diplomas and bachelor's degrees."
    A member of the Finance Committee pointed out that "there are efforts to make the private sector and its workers equal with public sector employees," adding that "the country needs to restructure its private sector and address it fundamentally to be a productive sector and capable of creating job opportunities."
    And the representative of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Suhaila Al-Sultani, had confirmed, earlier, that the new mechanism approved for applying for job grades within the emergency support law would be far from nepotism and affiliation, and that several basic points were taken into account to ensure that those entitled to receive job grades.
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