Parliament staff are protesting in front of the government building on the ladder of the new salary

The House of Representatives and the staff of a protest in front of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers building on the government's decision to modify the new salary ladder "as being unfair to them," systems.
They announced the demonstrators that they are "against the salary adjustments." The Council of Ministers decided in its meeting last week, modify the salary scale Annex law salaries of state employees and the public sector No. 22 for the year 2008, and the unification of allocations charged by state officials all and reduce disparities between them and will be applied in the first of the month of November next. The decision includes state employees all including the three presidencies, bodies and associated institutions and civil servants in the ministries of defense and interior law salaries of state employees and the public sector No. 22 for the year 2008 average staff. canceled cabinet allocations granted under the laws, regulations or instructions or special resolutions before the entry into force of this decision, taking into account the amendments made ​​by the Council of Ministers after a presentation to the Prime Minister for approval.
He accused Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, yesterday some quarters [which he did not name] as "lying and trying to block the" Implementation of the government's recent decision on the new salary scale.
He said "The new peace is for there to be social justice and reduce disparities between the higher grades and lower it is not reasonable that a certain big privileges slice given a doing is not commensurate with the size of these provisions so we with that salaries are fair."
and between al-Abadi, said "Some people want to hinder and gives false information about salaries and the new peace," adding that "political competition this is not his field, because they do not want reforms and some minted forced in front of public pressure, but it began currently talking raises the problems, but I see that the majority in Parliament in favor of marching with reforms ".anthy