[size=36]Parliamentary Finance: The Central Bank will control the price of the dollar and the new salary scale will cancel these allocations[/size]
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, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed that the Central Bank is moving towards controlling the dollar exchange rate, while referring to the cancellation of allocations for Green Zone employees.
Moein Al-Kazemi said, "The central bank is moving towards controlling the exchange rate and works to simplify the procedures for obtaining dollars from the currency window. The central bank and the government must involve the private sector in decisions. The government must ask merchants about their problems and the reasons for their lack of interest in buying currency from the central bank." ".
He added, "There is seriousness from the Central Bank to deal with many matters, and there has been pruning in the administration, there is a change of about 100 positions in the Central Bank, there is a follow-up to private banks, hosting and accounting, so that the Central Bank applies its powers with real supervision of banks."
And he pointed out, “What is meant by amending the salary scale is to eliminate the discrepancy between the salaries of employees of different ministries. Undisguised provisions will be cancelled.
He pointed out, "There are allocations granted for standards that no longer exist today. Working in the Green Zone 15 years ago was dangerous, but today this thing no longer exists. Today, the Green Zone is open to citizens, and yet these allocations still exist."
He continued, "The goal of the salary scale is to address these differences, as some departments have reached 450%, so the salary is high, compared to the salaries of a ministry such as planning, science and technology, whose salaries are low."
And I consider, “The application of the proposed new salary scale will not cost the government financial burdens, but rather may provide a surplus. If the concessions granted in the previous period are cancelled, one trillion and 800 billion will be added to the budget, but if the concessions remain, an additional 9 trillion will be needed above the 60- 70 trillion originally allocated.” Ended 29 / h