Friday, 1 May 2015
The President of the competencies Bloc Haitham al-Jubouri, on Friday, to submit 60 signatures for the presidency of the parliament to include the subject of delayed employees of the self-financing of the Ministries of Defence and industry companies pay part of the agenda and take the appropriate decision to her, pointing out an appeal for help to my presidency, the parliament and the ministers for a prompt payment of their salaries for the past eight months .
Jubouri said in an interview with Alsumaria's News, "It was a request datum signatures of 60 deputies in Parliament, to include the subject of delayed employees of the self-financing of the Ministries of Defence and industry companies pay part of the agenda, to take appropriate and binding resolution to pay overdue salaries."
He said al-Jubouri, "We send out a distress call to the President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, the Council of Ministers and the authorities and institutions concerned on behalf of thousands of families of employees of the self-financing companies in the ministries of defense and industry, the directive immediately pay the arrears eight months' salaries and to ensure smooth disbursement of salaries for the coming months on the basis of Article 30, first and second , of the Constitution so as to ensure appropriate income and the provision of free and dignified life. "
And detect and Industry Minister Naseer al-Issawi, Monday (30 March 2015), that all previous self-funding the salaries will be disbursed now, and as he emphasized that most of the companies losing the ministry, pointed out that these companies suffer from marketing their products.
The self-financing system initiated in the former Iraqi regime time, and requiring the payment of the state's 60% of employees' salaries compared with 40% financed by the self-production of some government institutions to counter the blockade imposed on Iraq at the time conditions, but the security and service conditions that followed the fall of the former regime led The majority of the work to the paralysis of the Ministry of Industry factories.
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