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Baghdad / ... Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Ahmed Al-Saffar stressed, on Tuesday, that it is not allowed to prejudice the low salaries, while noting that the compulsory saving is a natural matter in the case of the state’s refugees to treasury bonds.
Al-Saffar said in a press statement that "prejudice to low salaries is something that we will not allow, but the government's suggestion of saving may affect only large salaries and a certain percentage of these salaries," noting that "resorting to other issues must be done with all force to overcome the crisis." .
Al-Saffar added, "Compulsory saving is a natural case, in case the state resorted to treasury bonds," noting that "the bonds are in two types, the first of which is permanent treasury bills, and temporary treasury bills, since the last within a year is paid by the government to lenders."
Al-Saffar stressed that "among the options presented is borrowing, as external and internal borrowing can be done, in order to provide financial liquidity to secure the operational budget." Finished 2
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