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    A member of the parliamentary finance: the next reforms will target the pay scale for state employee

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    A member of the parliamentary finance: the next reforms will target the pay scale for state employee Empty A member of the parliamentary finance: the next reforms will target the pay scale for state employee

    Post by day dreamer Fri 18 Sep 2015, 12:15 pm

    A member of the parliamentary finance: the next reforms will target the pay scale for state employees

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      [Baghdad-where]
    He said the parliamentary finance committee member Haitham al-Jubouri, said the next government reforms would target the pay scale for state employees.
     He said al-Jubouri told all of Iraq [where] that "any repairs must be characterized by serious and radical structural and also constitutional, synchronous, and all these paragraphs should be implemented in order to materialize the reforms," ​​noting that "the next government reforms will target the pay scale for state employees." 
    He added that "some blocks expressed disaffected not of the same reforms but not to share decision-making in this regard," explaining that "some blocks complained the fact that some of the reforms exceeded the constitutional and legal concepts." 
    Jubouri said that "a large part of the reforms will be on corruption, and other services." 
    The prime minister Haider al-Abadi revealed his intention to launch other packages of government reforms.
    A statement from his office, received a [where], a copy of it, for Abadi during his meeting with members of the Council of Salahuddin province, in the presence of the governor, saying he was "an ongoing reforms and there are packages reformist other and that these reforms are not against one," stressing "the need not to bring the citizen political conflicts because the citizens of the priorities and needs and services necessary to provide security for the living, "explaining that" the misuse of powers is not our approach and that the charge must be for all Iraqis. "
    The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi launched a package of reforms which the President and the Vice-Minister and threw merged ministries and other ministries amid continued demonstrations demanding reforms Hakiqih.anthy




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