Parliamentary economy calls for the government to meet the debts of communications ~
Parliamentary economy calls for the government to meet the debts of communications companies, rather than cutting the salaries of retirees
Sunday 20 December 2015 | 11:27
BAGHDAD / ... called for a member of the economic and investment commission parliamentary Najiba Najib, Sunday, the Iraqi government to meet its debt from communications companies instead of cutting the proportion of salaries, as pointed out that the government had to take all the means available to it by the trend to cut staff and salaries of retirees.
She said Najib's "Eye Iraq News" that "it was better Astvia government debt of mobile communication companies instead of retirees and employees' salaries cut," indicating that "the debt of telecom companies alone will amount much more than the amount that would be provided by cutting 3% of the salaries of retirees and staff. "
She explained to the economic and investment commission member of the parliamentary "The Iraqi government has not taken all the means available to it by the direction to employees and retirees that are basically little pay cut", while suggesting that it "will go the subject of Tgosairaovernmh to find a suitable replacement to fill the fiscal deficit in front of the Iraqi Council of Representatives."
Najib and expressed its firm rejection to cut the salaries of retirees, "uncertain" and that the deduction was increased by 3%, but Syotr retired on a slide dramatically especially as they are older and in need of medical care and Mserfat more than the rest of the segments of the society.
The House voted to approve the material contained in the 2016 budget pertaining to the deduction of 3% of the salaries of employees and retirees, and provides this article on the distribution of this deduction of 60% of the popular crowd and 40% of the relief to the displaced.
As revealed by the economic and investment commission parliamentary deputy olive-Dulaimi, that mobile phone companies Bzmtha more than one billion and $ 400 million in debt to the government, as pointed out that the additional charges imposed on the mobilization of the balance went to the phone "pockets" companies.
Said al-Dulaimi, "The mobile phone companies weighed on the Iraqi economy account and Bzmtha debts and dues to the Iraqi government did not comply with Baavaiha, which amounts quite a few that will contribute to supplement the central treasury," indicating that "the debt of one billion and 400 million dollars." It ended 12