The Parliamentary Finance Committee intends to amend the laws and launch loans to improve the employee's living

A member of the parliamentary finance committee, Magda Tamimi, confirmed on Friday that the majority of legislated laws should be reviewed after 2003.
Tamimi said in a statement that “most of the laws that began after 2003 need to be amended in order to add and delete some paragraphs that contribute to improving the performance of the employee and improve his living condition.”
She added that “the parliamentary finance committee is one of the most important committees in the parliament because of the role of oversight and legislative and at various levels.”
Tamimi said, “It will work and its legislative position in the House of Representatives to review and amend a number of laws to achieve justice and the advancement of the employee through the launch of bank advances to employees.”