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Today, Tuesday, the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, stressed the need to pay attention to outstanding graduates and holders of postgraduate degrees in various specializations.
According to a presidential statement received by "Baghdad Today", "The President of the Republic, Abd al-Latif Jamal Rashid, discussed, during his reception at the Baghdad Palace, the head of the Federal Public Service Council, Mahmoud al-Tamimi, the overall developments on the scene, especially after the approval of the federal general budget, where the President of the Republic indicated the importance of The responsibility entrusted to the Service Council, represented in providing state institutions with the necessary competencies to carry out their work, in a way that facilitates the provision of the necessary services to citizens.
The President stressed, "The appointments shall be in accordance with the Federal Service Council Law and what is stipulated in the General Budget Law, in coordination with the governorates, and following fair professional and administrative methods, pointing to the need to pay attention to outstanding graduates, as well as holders of higher degrees in various specializations."
For his part, Mahmoud Al-Tamimi said, according to the statement, that there is a need to coordinate with the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs in organizing rehabilitation and training courses for young people, in a way that meets the need for foreign investments in the country for local labor.
Al-Tamimi pointed out, "The council collected data for graduates and holders of higher degrees from the graduates of recognized universities, colleges and institutes in the Kurdistan region to appoint them within the job grades that will be announced for those residing outside the region."