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    Lawsuits and fines pursued companies in Maysan and reduced foreign workers to 20%

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    Al-Sumaria News-Localities

    The Labor Department in Maysan Governorate confirmed today, Tuesday, the imposition of legal measures and fines against about 40 companies for violating the labor law, while indicating a decrease in foreign employment to 20%.


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    The Director of Federal Labor in the Department, Zaid Abdul Razzaq Al-Bahadli, stated, “The Department of Labor and Vocational Training took several legal measures against more than (37) companies, by imposing financial fines through the presidency of the Maysan Federal Court, for violating the labor law, and as a result, those companies reduced the number of workers.” Foreign Affairs,” according to the government newspaper Al-Sabah.



    Al-Bahadli pointed out that “a decision was taken during the meetings of the department and foreign companies operating in the governorate, not to issue any permit for them to work in Maysan except after obtaining approvals from the department, by submitting official documents to the workers, and thus the decisions became good, and the Ministry of Labor is now continuing to replace foreign workers with their counterparts.” Local and training workers to be prepared to work in foreign oil companies.

    He stressed that "the percentage of foreign workers in Maysan decreased to about 20 percent and the number of local workers in foreign companies increased to 80 percent," stressing that "the Ministry of Labor is determined to create more job opportunities for the unemployed by filling foreign worker vacancies."

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