Higher Degree Holders Association: Government agencies are obstructing our employment orders, and we will take to the streets in an unprecedented manner
Shafaq News/ The head of the Association of Holders of Higher Degrees in Iraq, Rawa Al-Jaf, confirmed on Thursday that there are government agencies working to obstruct their appointment orders in state institutions.
Al-Jaf told Shafaq News agency, "Some government agencies, among the staff of a number of ministries concerned with the matter of appointing holders of higher degrees in the country, are obstructing the completion of their job tasks very slowly, although the capabilities are available to complete the work quickly and urgently."
And she indicated, "This functional obstruction leads us to the validity of the information that we received a few days ago, that there are efforts to delay orders for appointing holders of higher degrees, who number approximately 75,000 people, and allocating job grades for them in the next year's budget."
Al-Jaf added, "We will not allow this delay, as the fiscal year is nearing its end, and the Federal Service Council must open the employment form next Monday before it is too late."
And she stressed that "not launching the employment form before the middle of next week means that we will take to the streets in an unprecedented way, as this time we will be different from the previous times."
And she concluded by saying that "the holders of higher degrees will not allow their right to appointment to be stolen, and they may resort to closing large ministerial institutions in the country, to obtain their right."
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