Bill to restore the saved salaries

29/7/2019 12:19:00

The PUK bloc in the Parliament of Kurdistan prepared a project for the return of saved salaries to employees of the Kurdistan Regional Government.


After the implementation of the system of saving salaries in the Kurdistan Region, the Kurdistan Regional Government condemns the amount of about 10 billion dollars for employees in the Kurdistan region and each employee has 9 full salaries and 24 salaries saved by the government.


A parliamentarian, Abas Fatah said  during a televised statement by PUKmedia: "The aim of the bill is to secure the salaries of the employees and assure them that their salaries will not be lost." 


He added: The project provides mechanisms for the restoration of loans to employees by opening a bank account for each employee or any other way to return those loans.


He pointed out that the PUK bloc is seeking to present the project soon before the Parliament of Kurdistan for discussion and ratification.





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