- Today 19:37
Member of the House of Representatives, Jassim Al-Alawi, confirmed today, Monday, that the Kurdistan Regional Government exaggerated in accusing the central government of cutting the salaries of the region’s employees, while he stressed that cutting salaries is a problem that the Kurdistan Government has not been able to solve for years.
Al-Alawi said, in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “the Kurdish citizens’ suffering from the crisis of disruption of the payment of their salaries from the regional government has been present for more than ten years,” noting that “all the region’s allocations arrive in Erbil monthly without the government’s commitment to deliver them to the employees.” .
He continued, "The regional government continues to control the amounts sent from the federal government without delivering the salaries of the region's employees," noting that "the Kurdistan government has been informed of the central government's accusation of cutting employees' salaries."
He added, "The recent decisions issued by the central government and the Federal Court to regulate the financial files with Kurdistan have nothing to do with the salary crisis at all," noting that "cutting salaries is a problem that Kurdistan has not been able to solve for years, and not just now."
Member of the House of Representatives, Suhaila Al-Sultani, had revealed, in an interview with the Al-Ma’louma Agency, that “there are major violations in the employee preparation file in the Kurdistan region, while she confirmed that there are deceased people whom Kurdistan is still registering as employees.” Ended 25/J
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