Finance: the new salary scale must be examined by the House of representatives

October 22, 2015 10:57 The parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed that Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, after receiving his first challenges was facing bedaash and this requires considerable financial outlays, and the second is the threat of lower oil prices.

Committee Member said Majida Al-Tamimi told news agency followed underground today after House of delegate to the Prime Minister for approval of hotfix packages do not mean that these reforms and not to return to Parliament when approval, indicating that these reforms must be within the Constitution and the law.

She pointed out that the issuance of the new salary scale is good for that aims to achieve social justice, but provided that the first through official channels because the canceled allotments came under the laws, the law is not repealed only by law, and no decision to repeal the law, and secondly not be abolishing the role of the Finance Committee at hearing such a resolution stressing the need for discussion of deputies to the new salary scale extensively and then first and second reading and then vote on it, and this has not been achieved Until now, calling on the Government to send the new salary scale for details, and then take appropriate action.

Referred to as a spokesman for the Office of Prime Minister Saad Al-Hadithi, stressed that the process of developing a new ladder for staff salaries underwent important considerations to achieve many goals, stressing that young staff salaries would increase.

Hadithi said the process of developing a new ladder for salaries, allowances intended to many ends first equity in income distribution and reducing the disparity between the upper and lower grades and between the salaries of senior staff and junior staff.