[size=36]Parliamentary Finance forms an investigative committee regarding contracts in violation of the law[/size]
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The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced, today, Wednesday, that it hosted the representative of the Ministry of Higher Education and a number of university presidents to discuss the file of contracts and wages, while it decided to form an investigative committee regarding contracts in violation of the law.
The committee said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of it, that "the committee headed by the head of the age, MP Mahasin Hamdoun, hosted today the representative of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, the Director General of Administration and Finance, Asaad Ghani Jihad, and the presidents of the universities of Diyala, Kirkuk, and Samarra, in the presence of its members and a number of Members of the other committees," indicating that "the hosting aims to discuss the financial allocations to these universities and to discuss the contract file in accordance with Resolution 337."
The statement added that "the committee discussed with university presidents how to monitor financial allocations to treat contract holders after 2/10/2019, according to Resolution 337 and transfer them to Resolution 315, as well as discussing the interpretation of the Ministry of Finance's book No. 26377 for the year 2022 directed to issue a book to stop the contract termination until Issuing orders from the Council of Ministers and responding to the committee’s letter with the final decision.
He continued, "The delegation explained the mechanism for dealing with the file based on the letter of the Ministry of Finance, especially in light of their inability to apply for appointments due to the intersection of the job number," explaining that "a part of them from the holders of higher degrees were re-contracted at the expense of the Ministry of Higher Education Fund, while The President of the University of Kirkuk confirmed that the termination of the contract came at the request of the contractors.
The committee stated in the statement that it "discussed finding appropriate solutions to transfer contracts within Resolution 315, as they provide service to their departments and do not bear the mistakes of the departments, especially that the Emergency Support Law for Food Security and Development ensures the provision of financial allocations for contracts, wages and lecturers," wondering about "the reasons for terminating the contract with 1000 contracts from Tikrit University.
The committee decided to form an investigative committee on the issue of contracts in violation of the law and to refer the file to the Integrity Commission for investigation and take the necessary measures. It also decided to summon the investigative committee formed in an official letter to find out the real reasons behind the termination of the contract.