[size=36]Parliamentary Finance gives good news to new employees: their salaries will be paid retroactively during the current month[/size]
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The Parliamentary Finance Committee stated that the entitlements of the newly appointed employees will be disbursed retroactively during the eighth month from the date of issuance of their administrative orders, indicating that the matter also applies to holders of higher degrees.
Committee member Mueen Al-Kadhimi ruled out that "the government and the provinces will exhaust the allocations estimated at 199 trillion because the remaining time is short and will give us an opportunity to avoid the deficit in the current year's budget."
Al-Kazemi added, "The government's expenditures will be close to its revenues, and this is a good indicator so that there will not be a large deficit. As for the next year, the government should prepare from now to provide the required revenues, whether oil or non-oil, given that this budget will be applied for three years, that is, to 2025." ".
He pointed out, "There will be no change in the budget for the coming years, except for what it will present in the tenth or eleventh month, at the latest, to Parliament in order to approve the schedules. As for the articles, 78 of them will remain fixed within the budget for the next two years. And regarding the benefits of employees who were appointed recently." ".
Al-Kazemi clarified, "The employees from the contracts and those who have been confirmed, their entitlements are calculated from the date of issuance of their administrative orders in the ministries, whether they are those with higher degrees, the first successful ones, or the lecturers who were transferred to the permanent owners, or the contracts who were transferred to the permanent owners, and their dues will be paid during the eighth month." ".
And he stressed, "No ministry has the right to refrain from disbursing benefits retroactively, because the issue is linked to the Ministry of Finance, and the same applies to holders of higher degrees." Ended 29 / h.