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    Post by Rocky Wed 05 Jun 2024, 4:12 am

    [size=35][size=35]After approving the budget schedules... Parliamentary Finance resolves the controversy over the employee salary scale[/size]
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    Al-Sumaria News - Politics

    Today, Wednesday, June 5, 2024, the Parliamentary Finance Committee resolved the controversy regarding the employee salary scale, after approving the budget schedules.


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    Committee member Mustafa Al-Karaawi said in an interview with Al-Sumaria News, “After approving the budget schedules and not including allocations for the salary scale, this means that the scale cannot be amended until the end of the current year, given the proposal presented, which most ministries and government agencies are looking to achieve, which is to add allocations to compensate for the shortfall or The difference between low and high ministries.



    He adds, "Not including allocations means that it cannot be amended, unless there is an opinion from the Iraqi government to amend it and redistribute the amounts with the same total allocation of employee compensation in a fair manner. But this proposal has become difficult to implement, given that the fiscal year ends at the end of this year and must be amended." On the budget tables next year, 2025, if there is an intention to amend.”

    The Iraqi employee is still waiting to hear news about the new salary scale, hoping that it will bring good news from the government that will bring him the promised news that has been absent for years and with it “fairness and justice” and equality with his peers in salaries, incentives and other allocations.

    It is noteworthy that there is a large discrepancy between the salaries of Iraqi state employees, as an employee with a certain job level in one of the ministries’ salary exceeds one and a half million dinars, while his counterpart in another ministry does not receive half of this salary, and salaries increase with the increase in job grades and the difference in monthly allocations, in addition to Annual profits in some productive ministries.

    As a result of this discrepancy, employees in ministries with low salaries have been expressing their dissatisfaction for years at what they describe as “unfairness and discrimination” among state employees, which prompted the government to prepare a draft law for a new salary scale that achieves justice among employees.

    Earlier, dozens of employees demonstrated in the center of the capital, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], and in the governorates, in protest against the salary scale, demanding that some of its paragraphs be amended.

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