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    With the end of the fiscal year...what will happen to the region's salaries?

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    Post by Rocky Fri 24 Nov 2023, 12:26 pm

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    Information/Baghdad..
    Member of the Finance Committee in Parliament, Jamal Kujar, stressed on Friday that the government must think seriously about overcoming the Kurdistan Region’s salaries crisis, pointing out that originally the process of disbursing salaries is not linked to the budget in light of the end of the fiscal year.
    Cougar said in an interview followed by Al-Maalouma, “Disbursing salaries in the absence of a budget or mechanism for disbursing them, resorting to 1/12 of the Financial Management Law is used to disburse salaries.”
    He added, "Meaning, whether there is a budget or no budget after the end of the fiscal year, the principle is that salaries will continue to be distributed."
    The issue of salaries in the Kurdistan region, which constitutes one of the most complex problems between the governments of Erbil and Baghdad, is still the subject of great controversy, and with talk about the Iraqi government’s willingness to pay salaries that have been arrears for two months, provided that they are deposited directly in the accounts of those entitled to it; A question has arisen about the fate of salaries for the remainder of the current year.

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