Alaa Talabani: new salary scale in which prejudice is not considered a big part 10/28
Alaa Talabani: new salary scale in which prejudice is not considered a big part of reforms
10/28/2015 0 Comments
The head of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Bloc Alaa Talabani, that "touched the staff and the salaries of employees in the state are not considered part of the reforms undertaken by the government now."
Said Talabani in a statement received by the agency all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that "the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan with the direction the speaker of parliament Saleem al-Jubouri to refuse him the new salary, and the Council of Ministers will review the topic under public and public pressure significantly different layers."
She added that "the new salary scale in which the law of great prejudice against large segments of the Iraqi society of Tdrisien, teachers and staff."
Talabani confirmed by saying, "We are with him to reconsider the law of the new salary and can not talk about reforms with the injustice of the slide that is due monthly salary," asserting that "touched the staff and the salaries of employees in the state are not considered part of the reforms."
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 House of Representatives decided to host-Abbadi and ministers concerned about this decision, which Ezrah Prime Minister yesterday during a meeting by Professor universities to "lower oil prices dramatically and enter the country in a war that drains big money from the budget, and he did not reduce allocations within what we want to do, but declines repeated in global oil prices led to some of the measures because of the seriousness of the financial situation, ".