policy , 04/25/2023 10:10 , Number of readings: 114
[rtl]The Minister of Labor, Ahmed Al-Asadi, revealed that there are 163,000 transgressors on the social protection network.
Al-Asadi said in a statement, “We continue to check and boycott the data of the beneficiary families to remove those who are not entitled to the amount of the social subsidy,” noting, “We have received thousands of reports regarding the presence of a large number of transgressors on the social protection network.”
He pointed out that "the law allowed the amount to be paid in installments over a period of ten years as a maximum, according to the size of the refunded amount," calling on citizens to "report the transgressors by calling its hotline (1018) .”
The minister concluded, "Those who report the suspension of their subsidy will not be legally prosecuted, and those who fail to do so among the transgressors, legal measures will be taken against them."[/rtl]
[rtl][You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]