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Saroun announces the introduction of compulsory civil service law for the presidency of Parliament

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Saroun announces the introduction of compulsory civil service law for the presidency of Parliament

Post  claud39 on Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:22 am

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Saroun announces the introduction of compulsory civil service law for the presidency of Parliament
Saturday 8 December







Saturday 8 December



 Baghdad 
Announced the MP for the rest of Enas Makusi, Saturday, that the draft law on compulsory military recruitment submitted to the Presidency of the Parliament, indicating that the law will help eliminate unemployment and guide young people to work. 

In a press conference held today with the participation of the deputies of the bloc, and his follow-up Alsumaria News, "We have submitted the draft law of compulsory military recruitment to the Presidency of the parliament being active in most countries and is applicable," indicating that "Iraq needs this law more than compulsory military service law" .






"The law calls for compulsory recruitment of young people aged 19 years and their employment in state institutions and companies for two years with salary," adding that "the law will help to eliminate unemployment and guide young people to work."





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