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    Governmental and parliamentary movement to legislate the salary scale law

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    Governmental and parliamentary movement to legislate the salary scale law Empty Governmental and parliamentary movement to legislate the salary scale law

    Post by Rocky Tue 15 Aug 2023, 5:10 am

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    [size=52]Governmental and parliamentary movement to legislate the salary scale law[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad.. 
    A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Saad Al-Toobi, revealed, on Tuesday, a governmental and parliamentary move to legislate the employee salary scale law, stressing that the law will see the light during the current parliamentary session. 

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    Al-Toubi told Al-Maalouma, "There is serious work from within the parliament and the government in order to expedite the legislation of the employees' salary scale law." 
    He added, "The salary scale law is very important and concerns a large and important segment of employees with limited incomes." 
    He pointed out that "most members of the House of Representatives support the amendment of the salary scale as it achieves social justice and contributes to stopping migration from ministries with little allocation to high allocation."
    Representative Faten Mohi Mohsen confirmed earlier that the new salary scale law is still under discussion in the corridors of the government, calling on the government to quickly complete it and send it to the House of Representatives for the purpose of voting on it. End / 25 h

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