Parliament rapporteur: cut employees' salaries for displaced outside prejudice 9/16
Parliament rapporteur: cut employees' salaries for the displaced outside prejudice and so we will open an investigation
Alsumaria News / Baghdad - take the House of Representatives decision Imad Youkhana, Wednesday, the Cabinet's decision to cut the displaced employees' salaries outside Iraq "prejudice against them," while threatened to open an investigation into this matter in the parliament.
He said Youkhana in a statement received Alsumaria News, a copy of "decision Cabinet judge cut employees' salaries displaced outside Iraq without giving a period of time for those who wish to return and direct prejudice against them, "noting that" all displaced Christians staff Aimitlkon this is salary and depend on it for their livelihood."
He Youkhana "Despite the many Iraqi government appeals, but it did not respond to it," adding that he "sent a formal letter to this effect to the Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi asking him fairly this segment, especially since getting paid is less right given to them is to encourage for their return to the homeland."
Youkhana and threatened to" resort to legal means and to open an investigation to this subject in the parliament ", stressing the need to" The government is dealing with the displaced employees outside Iraq of Christians as dealt with employees who are under the control of the organization Daash terrorist, and the saving their salaries until they return."
The sound of the House of Representatives, in the August 30, 2015, at the launch of the displaced employees' salaries from the usurped areas by organizing" Daash "to areas under the control of the government decision.
The alliance of the Iraqi forces, warned earlier, the government of the implementation of the the decision to cut salaries for staff in the governorates subject to regulation "Daash," and considered it "a stab" at the back of the citizens of those provinces, he noted that its implementation pays the sons of those provinces to resort to the forces of "terrorist".