[size=36]Parliamentary Finance comments on the "delay" in paying employees' salaries[/size]
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, a member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, Jamal Cougar, considered, on Saturday, the delay in paying the salaries of state employees for the month of November as a "normal matter," referring to the availability of funding and financial liquidity.
Cougar said, "The delay is normal so far, and it is within the acceptable period between the 25th and 28th of each month, although this did not happen in the past months, as funding is available and ready," considering that it is "the first salary meal spent by the new government, and therefore there are trends that may affect In the timings, which is normal," according to the official newspaper.
Cougar suggested, "The delay is due to reforms in the issue of employee salaries, as we know very well that there are more than 300,000 aliens, and we have more than 250,000 employees who receive more than two salaries."
He explained, "The issue of salary distribution is one of the stations for checking salaries and exposing aliens. Therefore, these procedures are very natural. It is important to know that the government is in an excellent economic situation, liquidity is available, we have a surplus, and funding is available, and what really remains is the process of delivering the salary from local governments to employees." ". Ended 29/N33