[size=36]In the document.. Baghdad Governorate takes a new measure regarding its contract employees who have been granted "compulsory leave"[/size]
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Baghdad Governorate announced that it had taken a new measure regarding its contract employees within the development of the regions, who were granted (compulsory leave).
A document provided by the Government Information and Communication Department, obtained by Mawazine News, stated that "the governor of Baghdad, Muhammad Jaber al-Atta, addressed the Department of Cabinet Affairs and Committees, affiliated to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, to consider the issue of regional development contracts for the Baghdad governorate, and those who were granted open leave without pay ( compulsory leave), due to the financial crisis in Iraq.
Al-Atta demanded, according to the document, to "obtain the fundamental approvals to allocate the necessary sums of money within the general budget for the year 2023 to address their legal status and return them to work as contracts by including them in Cabinet Resolution No. (315) for the year 2019."
The document indicated, “The contract with this category came based on Cabinet Resolution No. (128) for the year 2012 that includes approving the instructions for implementing the federal budget for the year 2012, Article (11) that includes giving priority to the employment of national manpower to work in implementing projects within the investment platform.” Ended 29/h