CandyKisses:  Retirees demonstrate tomorrow for low salaries and demand an increase

{Local: Al-Furat News} The retirees segment is preparing to go out with a demonstration in front of the Council of Ministers tomorrow, Sunday, to demand an increase in their salaries and amend the paragraphs of the retirement law.

Mohammed al-Jubouri, head of the Retirees Syndicate / General Headquarters, said the retirees “have reached a firm conviction that the results of the study submitted by the National Pension Authority were not presented at the regular session of the Council of Ministers.”

He explained that “the gathering will be near the garage of Allawi in Baghdad tomorrow morning, Sunday, for the purpose of heading a foot march towards the Council of Ministers,” noting that “this march is the last opportunity for the owners of Shaybah al-Bayda to make their voice heard to decision-makers and that what is required is the active participation of everyone because rights are taken away.”

Al-Jabawi called for “speeding up the fairness of retirees and increasing their living salaries in a way that is equivalent to their generous sacrifices based on the legal articles originally legislated and stipulated in the laws in force for retirement.”

CandyKisses:  The official spokesman of the Sudanese government reveals the completion of the evaluation of 322 directors general

Baghdad – Iraq Today:

Iraqi government spokesman Bassem al-Awadi confirmed that the cabinet change is subject to the prime minister’s decision.

Al-Awadi said in a press interview that “during the coming sessions, the evaluation process will continue and there will be results announced through the Council of Ministers.”

He pointed out that “the current stage is to evaluate the tools of the minister, who are the agents and general managers, and after the completion of the evaluation of the directors general, there will be a ministerial reshuffle,” noting that “the ministerial change is subject to the decision of the Prime Minister.”

“The first package of dismissals concerned directors-general in Iraqi ministries and institutions, and 322 files were completed for a director-general, and the decision was issued to replace 57 of them,” al-Awadi said.

He added, “There is work to complete the remaining directors-general to reach only 439 general directors in the ministries, and then move to the general directors in independent bodies, and then non-independent bodies and special grades successively and everyone who holds the title of director general in the Iraqi state.”


Tishwash:  Baghdad sends 400 billion dinars to Kurdistan to pay the salaries of employees

A member of the Finance Committee in the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region, Sabah Hassan, confirmed today, Saturday, that the federal government, specifically the Ministry of Finance, will send an amount of 400 billion dinars to the region in the middle of this week.

Hassan told (Baghdad Today) that “the Ministry of Finance and Economy in the regional government cannot pay the salaries of employees in the region due to the halt in oil exports, and therefore it needs additional funds in order to be able to pay the salaries that were delayed.”

He added, “The Federal Ministry of Finance, according to information, will send during the middle of this week an amount of 400 billion dinars to the region, after which the regional government will start paying the salaries of employees.”

The Kurdistan region is witnessing a severe financial crisis that caused its inability to pay the salaries of employees after the decision to stop oil exports from the region to Turkey, which came after the Federal Ministry of Oil won a lawsuit in international courts. link


CandyKisses:  Al-Mandalawi and Al-Khazali stress the need to speed up the approval of the budget

Information / Baghdad.

First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohsen al-Mandalawi discussed with Asaib Ahl al-Haq Secretary-General Qais al-Khazali on Friday to expedite the approval of the budget.

Al-Mandalawi congratulated Sheikh Qais al-Khazali, Secretary-General of the Asaib Ahl al-Haq movement, on the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the movement, which had a great impact on the battles to liberate Iraqi territory from the clutches of ISIS terrorist gangs and its continuous role in stabilizing security,” he told the media office of the deputy speaker of parliament in a statement received by Al-Maalouma.

He added, “This came during a visit by Mandalawi today to the headquarters of the movement and a meeting with Sheikh Khazali, and a number of its leaders, to discuss the current political situation and congratulate on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the movement.”

And the statement continued, “During the meeting, a number of files related to the importance of speeding up the approval of the budget and activating the oversight and legislative role of the House of Representatives were discussed, and the security and service files were discussed.”

Al-Mandalawi stressed, according to the statement, “the existence of a political consensus within the parliament and among the political forces to pass all laws that concern the citizen’s life, meet his aspirations at all levels, and provide him with the best services, in addition to the importance of addressing the problems that society suffers from, foremost of which is the service aspect.”

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