IMF intervenes to increase the salaries of retirees
19-02-2013 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add a comment -
Is not the first time and will not be the last that he wished the retirees disappointment and loss, but what distinguishes this round from its predecessors it Bade non-Iraqi After it was Iraqi political forces are objecting first to increase the salaries of retirees and employees entered on-line by another question that presents itself today in front All sensible people did not object to the International Monetary Fund on Gentlemen parliamentarians salaries and privileges, but he stands a stumbling block to increase the salaries of the poor and needy retirees.
Sadiq al-Shibli says not surprised later if the intervention IMF in question procreation because it represents from the standpoint of Western titles impede Iraq's progress economically and strange that all these decisions that come from here and there have a single address which do not deviate from targeting the weakest link in society are Retirees and young staff.
Adds: and instead directed attention based on the International Monetary Fund to reduce the salaries of Messrs. officials to acceptable levels gets the opposite and this, I believe, deliberately fooling the minds of the people
Aqeel Mayali holds a bachelor's degree in management and economics is far found no justification reasonable switches off those questions that people ask from time to time about what political bargaining that have been and continue to impede progress law increasing pensions despite his stay many years in parliament, especially as the majority of members According to what they claim they agree in principle to the need to help those slide even more, there are bragging morning and evening as the standard-bearer of victory for those oppressed class and Aharoma and this has not been confirmed by a neutral party Everyone without exception contributed and contributes directly to the disabled obtain it law and of course the law to increase the salaries of retirees and young staff has no supporters many on the grounds that the ownership of that law does not constitute a gain financially for members of parliament and then must come democratic choices is welcoming with such laws because they harm the national interest of the face and strengthen promises vulnerable people from face This second unless supported by the majority of members may God give them the best reward of the good.
Hura Mahdi employee which does not support the scenario notion that the World Bank is one of the stopped law to increase the salaries of retirees and similar to those the case lie in April not unfounded, especially that the World Bank has advisers افذاذ know every nook and cranny on the economic situation of the country did not object to the level of embezzlement financial did not object to the explosive budget and are they in the absence Gentlemen officials' salaries so that reduction Italbohem All these questions and others do not have, but one explanation is that the Iraqi legislature is moving toward a better life for layer without another layer.
Ali al-Jarrah Adib says we are facing a philosophy not absorbed by laws heaven, nor stand in front of laws of the land retired serve only four years receive a meeting service capped بالخدم and Entourages and luxury cars and fleet protections and eventually comes salary holds two and nine hundred thousand Iraqi dinars this level Provincial Council member either User Parliamentary The period hardly be less than that which is equivalent to two years service, but he eventually earns 8 million Iraqi dinars per month salary pension with some other privileges, but it takes a turn for the staff, military service is thirty years Exactly without malfunction legislative or privileges millions of dinars and dollars, but the pension is hardly exceed the figure of three hundred thousand Iraqi dinars only Faye justice those that are equal between the wheat from the chaff and that both parties have the right to jointly benefit from the oil revenues because it is considered wealth for all Iraqis.
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