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Post by claud39 on Tue Feb 26, 2019 8:51 am

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Al-Sudani calls on the Cabinet to speed up the adoption of the unified social insurance law



  • 26 February 2019



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MP Mohamed Shi'a Al-Sudani called on the Cabinet to speed up the adoption of the unified social insurance law for public and private sectors. He called on all social and media bodies to adopt a general opinion to explain the concept of this law and its dimensions. As it will provide a safety umbrella for more than (5) million workers in all sectors.
Al-Sudani affirmed that the adoption of the draft law (social insurance) provides a free and decent life for a large group of society working in various sectors, including the informal sector, which lacks social security. 
He pointed out that the current pension system is fraught with many disadvantages, such as the existence of a dual system of retirement and large disparities, which exacerbates the unjust differences between the public and private sectors. Moreover, this dual system does not encourage the movement of labor, noting that despite the challenges faced by Iraq, Of the transition to the system of benefits allocated, which affects effectively the financial sustainability of the pension system, noting that one of the most important features of the draft law is the inclusion of all branches of social insurance; and provided for in the laws of the International Labor Organization and the World Bank and their instructions that were not insured in the Previously Aq such as insurance (maternity and unemployment insurance and optional insurance guarantee and secure the informal sector).
Al-Sudani explained that this bill includes expanding the scope of those under the retirement system in Iraq through the inclusion of workers in the private sector and entrepreneurs, companies and individual entrepreneurs under the umbrella of social insurance, which guarantees a decent living for them and their families.

Al-Sudani pointed out that the adoption of the law will be reflected on the development of the Iraqi economy and reform of the system of state resources and the restructuring of economic sectors important to ensure the establishment of a true economic path based on the pillars of a new partnership with the private sector and revitalize in a manner that stimulates the economic cycle and helps in creating jobs and achieve a quantum leap in The labor market will also open doors for private sector employees and professionals to enter the social security system, which supports the values ​​of social solidarity among all segments of society.
The law states that the law provides for guaranteed income for the insured in the public and private sectors and for their successors in the cases of retirement, disability, injury, old age and death. The Social Insurance Authority and the Social Insurance Fund will be established under this law to calculate the sums deducted from the insured The employer will contribute 13% of the monthly wage of the insured and pay the pension rights of the insured who are referred to retirement. 
The employer's insured bill will also include full-time sick leave at the rate of thirty days per year, as well as the entitlement of the insured working woman to the employer for a period of fourteen weeks.

The application of this law is part of bridging differences and achieving justice for the people of society and guarantee their rights.
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