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    [size=45]Prisoners in Iraq are looking forward to a law that will give them job and retirement opportunities similar to European countries, but the draft law on the employment of inmates and detainees has not yet seen the light.[/size]
    [size=45]Training and Employment
    The spokesman for the Ministry of Justice, Ahmed Laibi, said in an interview with (Al-Mada), that “the law on the employment of inmates and detainees was in the State Shura Council, and it was initially discussed and turned into a specialized body within the ministry,” pointing out that “the law was discussed, It will be sent to the general assembly for approval.”
    Laibi added, “After its approval, its provisions will be implemented and the physical, professional and psychological qualifications of the prisoners will be taken into consideration.”
    He pointed out that “the law provides prisoners with training and employment according to the available professions,” adding that “the value of the wages that will be given to them will be included in the aforementioned law.”[/size]
    [size=45]Benefits and Rights
    In October of last year, the Ministry of Justice announced the referral of a draft project for the employment of inmates and depositors to the State Council after the Minister of Justice, Khaled Shawani, approved the draft.
    The Ministry stated at the time in a statement, seen by Al-Mada, that “Shawani ratified the recommendations of the ministerial committee charged with preparing draft draft instructions for the employment of inmates and depositors, and it was referred to the State Council to complete the due procedures for issuing it, based on the provisions of Article (5) of the State Council Law.” No. (65) of 1979, amended.”
    She added, “The project to employ inmates and detainees is one of the most important parts of the rehabilitation programs for inmates, which contributes to their reintegration into society and their employment, which is for the public benefit of the state and the private benefit of the inmate, in accordance with international human rights standards.”[/size]
    [size=45]Working conditions
    : According to Article 20 of the Public Institution for Social Reform Law No. 104 of 1981, work is organized for inmates and those placed in social correctional departments, provided that the working conditions are at a level approaching the level applied outside them in terms of type, method of performance, and types of machines and tools used.
    The law permits the work of inmates and detainees outside the General Institution for Social Reform, on the condition that the Adult Correctional and Juvenile Correctional Departments in the General Institution for Social Reform assume the task of contracting with government agencies that need manpower in their projects in accordance with the principles, controls, and instructions issued by the Board of Directors of the aforementioned institution, and the provisions of Chapter 10 apply. The fourth concerns wages and their determination, and the provisions of Chapter Five, which concerns work times, rest, vacations, and holidays, of the Labor Law No. 151 of 1970, amended, for inmates and depositors working inside or outside social reform departments and schools. The law also required taking into account applicable laws, regulations, and instructions regarding wages and working hours for those employed in jobs. Administrative or technical work not covered by the applicable labor law.[/size]
    [size=45]Skills and Retirement
    Regarding the retirement of prisoners, the Law of the General Organization for Social Reform stipulates that the employer bear 2% of the inmate or depositor’s wages to the account of the Work Injuries Branch and this percentage is paid in full to the General Organization for Retirement and Social Security for Workers.
    According to the aforementioned law, inmates and detainees outside the General Institution for Social Reform may work for government agencies whose sentences do not exceed five years if they have served in social reform departments and schools for a period of not less than 10% of the period, as well as inmates and detainees whose sentences exceed five years. If they have spent 25% of their sentences in social reform departments and schools, and it is also required to ensure their good behavior and suitability for outside work.
    It is noteworthy that in January of this year, Minister of Justice Khaled Shawani stressed the possibility of investing in the skills of inmates working in prison workshops and laboratories to equip state institutions with furniture, desks, trips, and electrical appliances.[/size]
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