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    Revealing a proposal to end the Kurdistan Region employee salaries crisis.. What is the relationship

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    Post by Rocky Thu 19 Oct 2023, 4:21 am

    Revealing a proposal to end the Kurdistan Region employee salaries crisis.. What is the relationship between “number 659”?
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Thursday (October 19, 2023), economic expert Nasser Al-Kanani held the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government responsible for the impact of the disbursement of employee salaries in the region due to political differences.
    Al-Kinani said in an interview with "Baghdad Today", "Politicians in Baghdad and the region must solve the problem of the salaries of the region's employees, surprising the region's government's insistence on disbursing employees' salaries through it."
    He revealed, "There are satellite employees on the Kurdistan region's payrolls. A census must be conducted, lists of employees must be prepared, and a salary scale should be established that will resolve the controversy."
    The Council of Ministers had approved, in mid-September, sending three batches to Kurdistan to pay salaries to employees in the region at a rate of 700 billion dinars for each batch, for a total of more than 2 trillion dinars.
    The regional government distributed the first batch during the current month as salaries for the month of July, while it is hoped that the salaries for the remaining months will arrive gradually until the end of the year.
    Earlier, a member of the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, Nermin Maarouf, said in press statements: “We have a big problem with the lists of employee numbers in the Kurdistan region, because the last list approved by the federal government was in 2013, and after this date.” Due to cuts in the region’s budget, these lists have not been updated.”
    She explained, “There is a real problem in the issue of directly disbursing the salaries of salary recipients in the Kurdistan region, because the numbers approved by Baghdad regarding the number of employees in the Kurdistan region date back to the year 2013. These numbers were not updated during the years that followed 2013, because the federal government cut The region’s share of the general budget, and the regional government relied on itself to manage its financial affairs after adopting the independent economy policy, and thus there was no need to provide Baghdad with lists of the numbers of its employees, during the approval of other budgets after this date.”
    She explained, "The latest number available to the federal government in an official and approved form is 659 thousand employees. Therefore, there is a huge difference between the number available to the federal government and the number provided by the region, which far exceeds this number."
    Marouf noted, “In addition to this problem, there is also the problem of the infrastructure, through which salaries can be paid directly, that is, through banks affiliated with the federal government and via a smart card.”
    She stated, “There is one branch of a federal bank in the region, which is TBI Bank, and I believe that this bank does not have the capacity or willingness at the present time to bear this responsibility and pay the salaries of this number of employees.”
    She pointed out, "Therefore, I believe that even if Baghdad agreed to pay employees' salaries directly, the process would need at least (three) months."
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