Parliamentary Finance: The government did not take the consumer inflation rate 9/13
Parliamentary Finance: The government did not take the consumer inflation rate into account in the salary scale
The parliamentary Finance Committee said that the government did not take the consumer inflation rate into account in the preparation of the pay scale law.
According to the Commission's decision Ahmed al-Haj, told all of Iraq [where], "The pay scale law will have pros and cons, and according to the accounts that I have heard, the government did not take all in the salary scale considerations, that is, they did not take into account consumer inflation holes on economy Iraq ".
He added that" this law has not been up to now to the corridors of Parliament, especially to the Finance Committee, and therefore we do not have details on the amendment procedures around it. "He explained Haj" There are other observations will be discussed resolve the issue. "The religious authority, renewed last Friday on the tongue representative in Karbala, Sheikh Abdel Mahdi al-Karbalai, its emphasis on the need to approve the new salary scale that eliminates the differences is the logical among state employees in their salaries and allowances and do justice to those who have been allocated Roapt few do not provide them with a minimum of a decent living. The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, announced in 20 of last August, the release of my book is to form a committee to cancel the senior professional differences in salaries through reform of salaries and allowances system. According to a statement H.