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    The Service Council sends a “warning” message to young graduates

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    The Service Council sends a “warning” message to young graduates Empty The Service Council sends a “warning” message to young graduates

    Post by Rocky Thu Feb 08, 2024 6:18 pm

    The Service Council sends a “warning” message to young graduates

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Today, Thursday, the Federal Public Service Council warned graduates against falling into the traps of blackmail under the pretext of appointments.
    The Council stated in a statement, received by Al-Eqtisad News, that “young graduates must be careful not to fall into the traps of blackmail by groups of weak-minded people under the pretext of being appointed by deceiving them in exchange for sums of money for the purpose of appointing them,” indicating that “the Council has taken upon itself the management of the appointment file.” "In all transparency and away from any interference, pressure or corruption."
    He called on the Council "not to be drawn into any false and imaginary allegations and not to believe any party claiming appointments, as the file is exclusively in the hands of the Council."
    He called on graduates who are being subjected to blackmail to “submit a complaint to the Integrity Commission, the Federal Financial Supervision Bureau, the Service Council, or the judicial authorities to reduce this phenomenon.”




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