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    A deputy accuses Kurdish parties of trying to steal the salaries of the region's employees

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    A deputy accuses Kurdish parties of trying to steal the salaries of the region's employees Empty A deputy accuses Kurdish parties of trying to steal the salaries of the region's employees

    Post by Rocky Thu 16 May 2024, 6:51 am

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    [size=52]A deputy accuses Kurdish parties of trying to steal the salaries of the region's employees[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad.. 
    Today, Thursday, a member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Muhammad Nouri, refused to settle the salaries of Kurdistan employees in the region’s banks.
    Nouri told Al-Maalouma, “The aim of localizing salaries in the region’s banks is to steal them in modern ways, noting that the Federal Court’s decision obligates the region to localize the salaries of its employees through federal government banks.”
    He added, "There are parties within the region working to establish their own bank to control employees' salaries."
    He pointed out that “the Parliamentary Finance Committee supports the Federal Court’s decision to settle the salaries of Kurdistan Region employees in government banks in Baghdad.” Ended/25H
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