Allkash calls Abadi to take the guidance of reference the new salary ladder

MP from the bloc Mohammed Allkash, on Wednesday, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, to take the guidance of the Supreme religious authority for the new salary ladder.
He said Allkash in a statement received by the agency and the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "There is a difference between top salaries and the minimum in government institutions, which is a very big difference, the Supreme religious authority confirmed again and again to impose social justice among state employees, starting with the three presidencies down to the youngest officer in the Iraqi state. "
"Today and after the financial crisis, which exposed and exposed Iraq responded to the government, to reconsider salary ladder," he said, adding "it is invited to take the guidance of the upper reference regarding the new salary scale."
The Council of Ministers decided on 13 October this, 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 applied in the first of the month of November.
This decision caused the exit of demonstrations of the various segments of the staff Adin him as "unfair" The Prime Minister's Office announced Haider al-Abadi for a review of the decision "and especially the allocation of University Lecturers by an ad hoc committee in the Council of Ministers."
The supreme religious authority had called last Friday on the government to re-examine its decision ladder salaries in a comprehensive manner in order to achieve justice and guarantee the rights of employees, particularly in the wire professor of education and universities Alaeliat.