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Post by claud39 on Wed Apr 08, 2020 8:24 am

Electricity sets the date for the payment of contract dues and daily wages


08/04/2020





Electricity sets the date for the payment of contract dues and daily wages 14977





The Economy News - Baghdad

The Ministry of Electricity has set, on Wednesday, the date for the payment of dues of all new appointees in the ministry from contracts and daily wages, stressing that it does not intend to end their services.

The ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Al-Abadi, said in a statement reported by the official news agency “Waa’a” and viewed by “Al-Iqtisad News”, that “the ministry is committed to those who have been appointed from the contracts and daily wages and has no intention to end their services.” He pointed out that “the ministry secured the salaries of 60% of them And the salaries of those who did not receive within the next two weeks will be secured. "

He added: "When the Ministry of Electricity launched the appointments and provided job opportunities for the youth, it was in accordance with its powers and came in harmony with the package of reforms calling for responding to the demands of the demonstrators," noting that "the appointments are legally covered by cabinet decisions and also financially covered."

He continued, "The new appointees were hoping to push them into the Ministry's strategic projects in the 2019 plan as well as the 2020 plan, but it is because of the health situation, the current economic circumstance, the collapse of oil prices and the existence of an emergency budget that prompted the ministry to review its strategic plans to harmonize with the current circumstance."

Al-Abadi explained that "the ministry obligated international companies that implement their investment projects to employ 70 to 75% of the Iraqi workforce," stressing that "if these projects were implemented, they would provide job opportunities for many of the unemployed."





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