Prime Minister on Monday, "an Ad Hoc Committee to reformulate a common law, would rep
Prime Minister on Monday, "an Ad Hoc Committee to reformulate a common law, would replace the current law in 2008
Baghdad/Iraq News Network-the source in the Prime Minister on Monday, "an Ad Hoc Committee to reformulate a common law, would replace the current law in 2008," Noting that "the Committee, composed of representatives from several ministries including finance, planning, action, and the House of representatives, in addition to a number of advisers-Abadi, the Bill will be completed by the middle of next year," Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi touched during a meeting with Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri, on Sunday, to subject the new salary scale Which caused uproar among employees, promising to involve Parliament in the most important pillars of the new law, before a vote within the Council of Ministers. "and between" Abbadi promised to prepare a draft law in coordination with the competent parliamentary committees, to pave the way for its passage in the House, "Abbadi seeks to reduce disparities in average salaries among State officials all." the Committee which oversaw the new salary scale, which was disabled by pressing staff and deputies, would be a partner in writing a draft of the new Bill " , Likely to be closely related to the new salary scale. "Prime dip on the implementation of the new salary scale starting from this month, but is still insisting on justice in salaries among State officials all." and cause the new salary scale approved by the Cabinet two months ago with severe confusion among government ministries, and the differences between the salaries of the three presidencies, as House appropriations staff receives more than half a million dinar for their peers in the Cabinet, while the Department of finance granted by the Presidency of the Republic Salaries of just under the House appropriations, and more Cabinet. Act salaries (2008) as amended, terminated the differences in allocations between the staff of the three presidencies, but returned again as a result of the confusion in the implementation of the new salary scale. Parliament considers that reducing staff allocations, and in need of legislation or the law voted by Parliament, and not the validity of the Cabinet approve reductions or straighten the new ladder is contrary to law of salaries in force.