22:09 - 06-10-2022
Today, Thursday, the Federal Service Council clarified the procedures followed to appoint 5 categories covered by appointments under the emergency support allocations and the ministries' need, while stressing that the size of the financial allocation will determine the size of the numbers that can be appointed.
The council's president, Mahmoud Al-Tamimi, said, "The council moved to conduct the first appointment process of its kind targeting the holders of higher degrees and the first three for their colleges and departments."
He added, "In accordance with what was stated in the emergency support law and the Diwaniyah Order Committee / 35, which established the legal chain for the appointment of those covered, the Ministry of Higher Education and the rest of the ministries that have governmental colleges and institutes were obligated to send all the data related to them to the Financial Supervision Bureau to conduct the required intersection, and the requested was sent."
He continued, "After the Court conducted the required boycott, the names of those entitled were sent to the Federal Service Council, and the door was opened for objection to the implemented intersectional procedures, and priorities were rearranged according to the results."
He stressed that "the names were divided into 5 tables and categories, they are diploma and higher diploma graduates, institutes and colleges who have obtained bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. It can be employed and it is not possible to specify a specific number."
On the mechanism of appointment and division of those covered, Al-Tamimi explained that "a number of ministries indicated the size of their need for new employees, as well as those they want to transfer to the permanent owners of their contracts."
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