Hundreds of workers in the South Refineries are demanding change management 8/13
Hundreds of workers in the South Refineries are demanding change management and improve production in the oil sector 8/13/2015
8/14/2015 0 Comments
Hundreds of employees of the South Refineries Company, on Thursday, to protest the actions they described as "unprofessional" and asking them to change the general manager and entitlements, and pointed to prevent the administration from the arrival of the demonstrators to the company's gate, while local officials said, that the demands will be filed to the administration and negotiation on them. Said coordinator demonstration Ali al-Kaabi said in an interview to the (long-Presse), said that "hundreds of employees of the South Refineries Company staged a protest to demand exemption Director General and change being unable to manage this company efficiently," pointing to the existence of files incriminating through employed large numbers on the basis of relations and non-professional. "
Al-Kaabi said that "there are nearly 20 similar name of his relatives have been appointed to a basket of one," following up "from within our demands are distributed pieces of land with its adherents and adjusted salaries and profits and an end to corruption file in the company and develop the production process and the rehabilitation of the refinery fat and turn it to support the national economy."
Kaabi criticized the "Company management procedures to prevent the demonstrators from their arrival to the gate where the company went to the street leading to the Shuaiba refinery in the area to spend Zubair to demonstrate and announce their rejection of the current administration."
For his part, member of the Commission on oil and gas in the Basra Ali Shaddad Al Fares in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The demands of the demonstrators have been received and we have reviewed, contributing to support the economy and the increase in production and will be negotiated with the company's management and take the appropriate decision." Knight said, "The provincial council is seeking to activate the government employment offices to block the mediator in appointments in the oil sector." Dozens of unemployed people in Basra on Wednesday, calling for their appointment in the oil companies, and called to reveal the fate of the amount of five million dollars paid by oil companies in the province to open centers for rehabilitation, while caught the administration of the province not to possess a plan to absorb the unemployed.