Prime Minister: social protection allocations increased by 50%
Counselor / follow-up: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the increase of social protection network allocations by 50%, as he emphasized that health professionals did not affect their salaries, as some claim. Ebadi said during his speech at the workshop implementation of economic reforms to promote private industrial sector, according to a statement his office seen by Radio tow that "the subject of the private sector, especially the industrial sector is very important and some are trying to create a hostile atmosphere between industrialists and the state refused to change and reform, because there are those who touched these reforms do not He wants us to move forward, "noting that" some corrupt wants to get on the profits without work and this is a non-profit project and the survival of the situation as it is to keep these corruption ". "We must unite and not retreat from reforms because of these attacks and continue," noting that "the slight development in the industrial sector is not commensurate with the conditions of the country and we have to walk the country forward and we have strategies that will contribute to the development of this sector, including the project to simplify government measures." Abadi also said that "the new peace is for there to be social justice and reduce disparities between the higher grades and lower it is not reasonable to give certain large concessions slice which is doing is not commensurate with the size of these provisions so we with that salaries are fair." And between the prime minister that "some want to hinder and gives false information about salaries and the new peace," pointing out that "political competition this is not his field because they do not want reforms and some minted forced in front of public pressure, but it began currently talking raises the problems but I think that the majority in Parliament support and marching with the reforms. " He called Abadi, university professors and three presidencies and some ministries to "patience with us because the country is suffering from a financial crisis and we need to rationalization and we have several accumulated measures to bridge the fiscal deficit," asserting that "health professionals did not affect their salaries, as some claim." The Prime Minister emphasized that "some segments of society need to support, therefore the proportion of social protection network allocations by 50 percent has increased because we do not want to be affected by this segment." The Council of Ministers decided in (13 October 2015) Modification of the salary scale Annex law salaries of state employees and the public sector and the unification of allowances received by staff members, while canceled the funds provided under the laws, regulations or instructions or decisions issued by the private enforcement of this decision.
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