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    Contract staff in Wasit are demonstrating to demand their salaries and refuse compulsory leave

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    Contract staff in Wasit are demonstrating to demand their salaries and refuse compulsory leave Empty Contract staff in Wasit are demonstrating to demand their salaries and refuse compulsory leave

    Post by Rocky Mon 05 Dec 2016, 1:31 am

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    Contract staff in Wasit are demonstrating to demand their salaries and refuse compulsory leave


     Wasit / long-Presse 

    Dozens of contracts for staff development of the regions in Wasit province, on Sunday, to demand their salaries stalled two years ago, and while underlining their rejection ofcompulsory leave given to them, they demanded the government and parliament to dissolve their cause and getting paid stalled two years ago. 
    One demonstrator , Mohammed Aziz in an interview with (long - Presse), said that "dozens of provincial development contract staff came out today, in a peaceful demonstration, the center of Kut, to demand regardless our salaries , which stopped two years ago , without there being any justification for that," he said . "Continued The demonstrations and call in which head of the provincial council, the governor to find anobjective solution to the issue of our salaries that have been withheld two years ago , especially since all thefamilies of the owners and do not have any other income. " For its part, protester Suha Hamid said that "this event is not to demand regardless our salaries, but also to reject through which the compulsory license ,which was given to us by the local government."  
    She explained in an interview with Hamid (long - Presse) that "contract employees have become a victim of the policy of the local government and its decisions wrong. After withholding their salaries for nearly two years after it was granted compulsory leave and the offense again." 
    Hamid added that "all of these employees, who number more than a thousand employees from various disciplines categorically reject compulsory leave to proceed as well as demanding their salaries." 
    The contracts staff in Wasit province demonstrated, but several times in the last period, to demand their salaries, but every time you did not get is promises and attitudes that support them and support them , but tono avail. 
    It was the Wasit Provincial Council had voted in ( the ninth of January 2016), the granting of the development of regions contracts for staff compulsory leave for six months, and stressed that the leave can be extended to non - local government 's ability to secure their salaries, but he reversed his decision after one week and wasconsidered an optional leave as he promised to solve the issue of contract employees a radical solution. 
    The "development of the regions for decades , " is the capacity in which launches on temporary staff and thedisposal of their salaries from the amounts supervision and control specific percentage for each of the regional development projects carried out in the province and the general civilian sectors.
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