PUK PMs: Reform Law represents justice in distribution of salaries

16/1/2020 15:13:00

Thursday, The Kurdistan Patriotic Union bloc in the Kurdistan Parliament announced that the ratification of the reform law is a step that works to return money to the government treasury.


Kurdistan Parliament approved the bill to reform salaries, pensions, and benefits.


PUK bloc said during a press conference that “the approval of the draft law is to return large sums of money to the government treasury,” pointing out that “the minimum retirement for parliamentarians will be one million and 600 thousand dinars.”


“The law represents justice in the distribution of salaries.”






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