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The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, confirmed today, Thursday, that the government is working to amend the salary scale for state employees.
Al-Ghazi said, in a speech during the inauguration of the Institute of Internal Auditors, that "the competence of auditing in light of the current situation and the much confusion that exists in the presence of the phenomenon of corruption needs real men in terms of scientific and patriotic competence, living conscience and concern for the country's public money."
He pointed out that "there are political challenges in this country, including the formation of the government, and this matter casts a shadow in light of the lack of approval of the budget and the provision of services and other matters related to the budget and administrative and financial matters."
He pointed out that "the current and previous government worked diligently to provide services, and among the challenges was the disruption and suspension of more than 6 thousand projects in Iraq, which are service and important that touch the suffering of citizens. These suspended projects need a government with full powers to provide services to citizens, whether to address previous problems or new services."
He added, "The current government has worked to solve problems that have intercepted more than 4,000 projects, and this needs an internal audit, and the Iraqi government is in great need of auditors and accountants, and we saw before the launch of the Iraqi-Chinese framework agreement projects, whether in the field of energy or building a thousand schools or highways." Or the railways from Al-Faw to Turkey, which is under study by the Ministry of Transport, as well as building hospitals after 15 in all governorates, and this is within the framework agreement. .
Al-Ghazi stressed, "The government is working to amend the salary scale, and this is within the government's program to amend the salary scale, which is the demand of everyone, and all disciplines suffer, and this is among the inherited administrative problems."
He pointed out that "there are ministries that have financial allocations that have raised the salaries of their employees, while the same specialization, certificate and degree in another ministry receive salaries that are the least that causes societal disparity among state employees, so we are working to amend the salary scale."
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