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    Labor calls on journalists to register with the Social Security Law: It guarantees your rights

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    Post by Rocky Mon 27 May 2024, 5:23 am

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    [size=52]Labor calls on journalists to register with the Social Security Law: It guarantees your rights[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad
    On Monday, the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs called on journalists working in media organizations in the private sector to invest in the Retirement and Social Security Law by registering in it, because it guarantees their rights and provides them with many privileges.
    The ministry’s media advisor, Kazem Al-Atwani, said in a statement received by “Al-Ma’louma” that “the law guarantees journalists and media professionals a retirement salary of no less than 500 thousand dinars as a minimum,” indicating that “it will not differentiate between a guaranteed journalist and a government employee, and will not allow the owner of the institution to terminate his services.” Except exclusively with the approval of the Minister of Labor, noting that journalists have the right to buy 5 years after completing 10 years of warranty, to add it to their years of service and count it for retirement purposes.”
    He pointed out that “the Optional Security Law has entered into force, and that it has provided a wide segment of workers with the opportunity to participate in it, as they did not have this right previously,” noting at the same time that “the government, for its part, will pay retirement contributions at a rate of 15 percent, that is, three times the amount.” The worker pays for his own insurance, which is called “optional insurance.”
    Al-Atwani pointed out that “there are about 6 million people working in the private sector, in addition to media professionals and journalists who work without guarantees in most media institutions, and a large portion of them are laid off without any retirement rights, despite the number of years of service in those institutions, as there is no A legal deterrent that stands against the aforementioned institutions.” End 25

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