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On Saturday, the Federal Public Service Council warned university graduates of cases of "extortion" carried out by "corrupt" people, claiming that they were appointed to state departments.
The official spokesman for the Council, Wissam Al-Lahibi, said in a statement, "The Council has been keen, since the first day of receiving the appointments file, to use an electronic system that involves a high degree of accuracy and transparency in all its steps, starting from the application stage and ending with the stage of announcing the results of appointment, through the stage of testing and objection. ".
He explained that "this matter reassures the applicants for appointment that the results he announces are really based on the principle of merit and in accordance with the degrees of preference decided by the council in light of the announced criteria based on professionalism and competence," stressing that "no one can interfere in changing these results nor Even an iota."
The council's spokesman warned the graduates of what he described as "falling into the traps of blackmailing the weak from the corrupt who take advantage of the need for appointment," explaining that they "falsely and falsely claim" to secure their appointment through the council.
He called on the youth and all citizens to "report any case of extortion of this kind to be subject to the law and the rule of the judiciary," warning that the council is not responsible "for any violation committed by the youth."
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