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    Compulsory leave for hundreds of contract employees Diwan of Diwaniya province due to austerity

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    Post by Rocky Thu 18 Feb 2016, 3:32 am

    [size=32]Compulsory leave for hundreds of contract employees Diwan of Diwaniya province due to austerity[/size]

    1:36:38 a.m. 18/02/2016 |(Voice of Iraq) - Diwaniyah, the local government decided in the province of Diwaniyah given compulsory leave to hundreds of contract employees at the Diwan of the province to the lack of funds to pay for their monthly salaries due to fiscal austerity.Contract employees responsible Thaer Tayeb said that for the protection of the governorate building security force prevented the entry of contract employees to maintain the building as a result of compulsory leave established by the local government. the contract employees in the Office of the province staged a demonstration in front of the local government building to demand overdue salaries eight months ago.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]


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