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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:28 pm

Parliamentary finance reveals a change in salaries in the 2020 budget

Parliamentary finance reveals a change in salaries in the 2020 budget Story_img_5d74f9bb56b59

2019/9/8 15:53

A member of the parliamentary finance committee revealed that the federal budget for 2020 includes new appointments and addition in the amounts of salaries.

"There is a new addition to the amounts of salaries and the 2020 budget will include new appointments, but so far the budget has not been drafted in figures," MP Haneen Qaddo said in a press statement.

He added, "There are a lot of proposals and proposals from the ministries such as the ministries of planning and finance, will be transferred to the government and the Council of Ministers and the Shura Council and the budget will be sent to the House of Representatives in October."

"The issue of absorbing tens of thousands of graduates into government jobs is irrational because the government does not have these capabilities to employ everyone," said Kaddo.

He called for "encouraging the private sector and consolidating these capabilities through the establishment of large strategic projects and activating investment and legislation of the social security law, which allows those who work in the private sector to receive pensions like those working in the government sector."

Kaddou pointed out that "these are important points to address this issue, either relying on appointments in the government sector, the government can not contain all the graduates, which amounted to nearly 40 thousand graduates and there are accumulations of previous years for this must be the new mechanisms are considered by the government in order to absorb this Segment. "

"We are now looking for mechanisms to support the private sector and investment and if we are not satisfied with the budget, we will return it to the government again."

The parliamentary Finance Committee revealed earlier today that the federal budget deficit for 2020 reached - according to the prototype - to 72 trillion dinars "usually it" by the disastrous order.

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