Mystery surrounds the salaries of state employees amid confirmation of the government and

Mystery surrounds the fate of the employees' salaries, with cast doubt on the government's ability to secure, launched by the outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al-Araji. While the government confirmed secure full salaries to 2016, called the Badr Bloc statement on the financial situation of the state, describing the Red Line staff salaries. The prime minister stressed the State insurance officials and the salaries of retirees and beneficiaries of social welfare for 2016 by 100%. The statement warned the prime minister of citizens to hear what I have described false rumors that are trying to undermine security and stability in the country through to play the economy and oil prices tumbled. While the prime minister noted in its statement to the presence of very few considered cuts in salaries, he pointed out that the salary is a red line that can not be compromised. On the other hand confirmed Badr parliamentary bloc, on Sunday, that the salaries of employees and retirees "red line", calling on the government to put an end to the conflicting statements about secured. Said Qassim al-Araji, head of the block, in a statement that "The government should take all measures to provide employees and retirees' salaries and resolution of financial crisis away from this slide that has only these simple salaries," adding that "those salaries is a red line." Araji called on the government to "put an end to the conflicting statements about securing those salaries for the coming months", adding that "these statements affect the general situation of the country and caused sharp differences between the citizen and the government we do not need in these circumstances." Araji stressed the need that "the government graduated a government statement shows the truth to the citizens." The outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Bahaa al, has announced that the development of salaries "embarrassing", as he pointed to the difficulty of securing salaries during the month of March. He said during a televised interview, said that "the issue of ensuring salaries tough and very difficult and put it embarrassing," noting that "the available figures indicate that I have a difficult month salaries of insurance after the next." He said al-Araji, that "the steps taken by the government thankfully it, but it does not bring anything new," pointing out that "the alternatives are available, but the problem is lack of time." The Finance Minister, Hoshyar Zebari, most likely, not possible distribution of salaries of employees in the month of April, in the event of continued low oil prices, while noting that there are other options to avoid that