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The Parliamentary Integrity Committee confirmed, on Sunday, the follow-up of the file of appointing holders of higher degrees from masters and doctorates with the Federal Service Council and the government for a final settlement.
Committee member Ali Turki said in a press interview seen by Taqaddam that the Parliamentary Integrity Committee will follow up on the issue of the non-appearance of some names of certificate holders of appointment orders as a result of poor data entry, pointing out that everyone will receive appointment orders.
Turki added, "The Ministry of Education does not bear any responsibility for the fact that the names of thousands of holders of higher degrees did not appear in appointment orders, because the relevant ministries deal through the code system from the Federal Service Council."
He pointed out that “the Parliamentary Integrity Committee will follow up the issue seriously by following up on the Federal Service Council and the government and cooperating with all ministries to resolve the issues,” noting that “everyone will obtain his rights by issuing appointment orders.”
And the member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee held, “The Service Council responsible for the mismanagement of its employees by entering data correctly.”
It is noteworthy that the number of people covered by the appointment of holders of higher degrees is 74,000, as appointment orders were issued for only 41,000.
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