House underlines Iraq economic problem lies in financial corruption not salaries
The House underlines that Iraq economic problem lies in financial corruption and not on staff salaries December 19, 2015 2 0
Deputies responded to criticism and resentment of government officials high salaries for Council staff.
According to a statement by the Council's information service aksadna News Agency received a copy of "some media reported statements by a number of government officials, which crossed their salaries received by employees of the Chamber of Deputies, while reaffirming that the salaries received by mozko Board is the same as the salaries of employees of presidencies and Ministers in addition to independent bodies and national security".
"We would also like to point out that the Council staff responsible for technical and administrative requirements for legislative and oversight processes, this task requires to stay in for long hours, sometimes until midnight, in addition to attendance on Fridays sometimes Saturdays as well as targeting the security personnel, the Board had sacrificed its finest caravan of martyrs as a result of this targeting.
The statement noted that "the economic problem affecting the country lie in financial corruption and not on salaries."
He was speaker of the House of Salim al-Jabouri had called Prime Minister, today, to repeal amendments that reduce salaries and allocations for university teachers and doctors "and" will not allow prejudice to their salaries and allowances.
The Cabinet had decided at its meeting last week, adjusting salary supplement Act salaries of State employees and public sector no. 22/2008, uniting the State allocations and reducing differences and will apply in the first of the month of November.