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    Employees regarding amending the salary scale: When will our wish come true?

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    [size=52]Employees regarding amending the salary scale: When will our wish come true?[/size]

    [size=45]For many years, most Iraqis have been looking at legislating a law on the salary scale for state employees that would provide justice in a way that reduces the size of the disparities between ministries, where the size of salaries varies greatly, as they exceed half in some institutions, departments, and government bodies.[/size]
    [size=45]While the confusion over some of its provisions and details, which represent a subject of disagreement between the Iraqi government and Parliament, is a distant dream for most employees. Last March, the government headed by Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani directed the formation of the Diwani Order Committee 24 to approve a new salary scale that would ensure justice among the various segments of state employees.[/size]
    [size=45]Initiatives, but![/size]
    [size=45]Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ali Jabbar Moanis, said yesterday, Tuesday, that the government is serious about amending the employee salary scale.[/size]
    [size=45]Muanis added in a statement followed by Al Mada, “The amendment will preserve employee benefits according to years of service.” He continued, “There is a large discrepancy in employee salaries between one ministry and another, and social justice is not achieved among all employees,” stressing that “amending the salary scale will be among the next steps, and there is seriousness in following up and approving it.” Citizen Muhammad Adnan confirms, “Approving the salary scale law in Iraq provides an opportunity for employees to feel justice and equality among themselves, and creates new opportunities for all parties, as the employee’s financial situation is very important, as it provides him with a decent living in proportion to his capabilities and qualifications.”[/size]
    [size=45]Adnan, an employee in one of the service departments, added in an interview with (Al-Mada), “Reducing the differences between the classes of society is the basis for building a real state, and this matter must be in accordance with social standards that achieve justice for employees because they are the right arm of the state and a basic pillar in its construction.” Pointing out, “It is necessary to fully fulfill the rights of employees, and not deprive them of their most basic rights, which is justice, as the explosive budgets in Iraq allow the government to enact laws that serve the Iraqi citizen and employee, such as achieving benefits and allocations that help them in their lives and achieve a decent standard of living for them.” Away from discrimination.”[/size]
    [size=45]contrast[/size]
    [size=45]Many employees in ministries with low salaries expressed their regret as a result of this discrepancy, which they describe as “prejudice and discrimination” among state employees, and many of them organized protests and sit-ins in the hope that the government would heed their demand to amend some of its paragraphs. The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced, in late November In the past, agreeing with the government on the minimum salaries for employees.[/size]
    [size=45]The head of the committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, said in a previous interview followed by (Al-Mada), that “the Finance Committee hosted the Diwaniyah Order Committee (24) concerned with the salary scale to find out the steps it took and what increase could be achieved during the implementation of the law.”[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, “The allocations that the employee receives are in accordance with government decisions,” noting that “the Finance Committee agreed with the Diwaniyah Order Committee responsible for the salary scale that the minimum salaries be 425 thousand dinars upwards.” While the economic expert, Nabil Al-Tamimi, confirms that “there is A clear defect in the mechanisms for distributing salaries. There are some Iraqi state government institutions and ministries that have special allocations in large proportions compared to other institutions and ministries that do not receive such allocations or are non-existent.” Pointing out, “This big difference was not based on productivity, as the performance of the employees, Employee (S) in that ministry whose treasury is full of money, is still not much different in terms of effort, work, and experience from what is provided by Employee (R) with the same job grade and qualifications in one of the ministries.” The poor or those who do not receive allocations.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Tamimi added in his interview with Al-Mada, “The reason for this disparity is that some policies, decisions, and the issuance of some laws were biased toward some specific groups as a result of sectarian, partisan, or even electoral political interests.” Al-Tamimi continues, “Governments are forced to accept this situation, given that any attempt at change will cause us to hear many voices calling against these changes, as they constitute a type of pressure on overburdened operational budgets, as well as on achieving social justice, and it is even possible that job salaries and temptations will decrease.” What this job enjoys compared to other jobs in the private sector has contributed to the emergence of “social laziness.” Everyone today is looking for government jobs in order to secure another salary every month without production, work, or effort, in addition to enjoying vacations, incentives, advances, loans, plots of land, and so on. .[/size]
    [size=45]Job grade limits[/size]
    [size=45]Mazhar Muhammad Saleh, the financial advisor to the Prime Minister, had confirmed in a previous interview that the salary scale law had been rejected by the Council of Ministers years ago, indicating that it “needs political consensus to pass it.”[/size]
    [size=45]Saleh said, “The law discusses salaries in two directions. The first is to give justice to young employees and retirees with increases that guarantee the minimum standards of living exclusively only, and the other is to change high salaries in the direction of setting limits for them, especially those that were enacted by a number of laws after the year 2003, or the privileges that are granted to some and not others of the job level.” itself".[/size]
    [size=45]He explained, “This requires political consensus and major disengagement because it is a (radical) measure that requires setting a certain limit on the limits of job grades.”[/size]
    [size=45]Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Moeen Al-Kazemi, explains, “The government has formed a committee from several ministries, such as the Ministry of Finance, the Financial Supervision Bureau, the Ministry of Planning, and several other ministries, and they have developed a new schedule to increase the low grades, such as the tenth, ninth, eighth, and seventh grades, to increase the nominal salary for these grades and develop salaries.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Kazemi confirms in an exclusive interview with Al-Mada that “this initiative is with the Prime Minister and we are awaiting his approval, and once it is approved, there will be an account of the number of employees.” He attributed the reason for this to the fact that this initiative was established when the number of employees was 3 million and 300 thousand employees, but now the number of employees has reached 4 million and 52 thousand employees, as it requires calculating the requirements and the possibility of covering this new scale of possible salaries on a monthly basis, so that it is possible through This ladder adjusts employees’ salaries.”[/size]
    [size=45]It is worth noting that Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani announced earlier that the number of Iraqi state employees had reached the threshold of 5 million employees, in addition to about 3 million retirees, which means that more than half of Iraq’s budget, which depends 92 percent on... Oil imports go to pay employee salaries.[/size]
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