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A view from the air showing the side of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan Region (Photo: JAI / Corbis)
Economy News - Baghdad
The Kurdish Change Movement has expressed its dissatisfaction with the Kurdistan Regional Government’s approach to impose a high deduction rate on the salaries of employees in the region.
Movement MP Ghalib Muhammad said, "Although more than two months have passed since employees and retirees in the Kurdistan region did not receive their salaries, the government plans to impose a high rate of deduction from their salaries, up to 21%."
He added, "The economic conditions in the region are very bad and the government does not care about the suffering of citizens, and it is more appropriate for the federal government to impose a set of conditions before sending any amount to Erbil, including not deducting the salaries of employees."
Muhammad pointed out that "the employees do not know which month they will receive their salary and when they will receive it, and the regional government does not follow the principles of transparency in announcing the numbers of revenues that the region gets monthly from the sale of oil and the revenues of border crossings and others."
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