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Parliamentary Finance: we are working on important legislation would be passed during the current legislative term and its impact will be great on the country's economy

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{Baghdad: Euphrates News} parliamentary finance committee says it is working on important legislation would be passed during the current legislative term, and made it clear that these laws will impact positively on the country's economy.
A member of the committee MP Faleh sari told {Euphrates News} "We have laws on banks and deposit protection, taxes and other where significant financial returns and final accounts, and how to address the violations that occurred in previous years." 
He said the Attorney effect that "the Commission prepare reports and host of experts and specialists to amend certain laws, and I think it will be for the Finance Committee and important laws during this legislative session and will have a significant impact on the Iraqi economy and administrative reform and the development of the State Administration on the track in the coming years. " 
and the force that "the salary scale Law is a great Bmsas the lives of citizens and private employees who layer exceeding the number of the country's four million employees, and if we consider the hearts of single-family rate of five members, the number up to twenty million citizens, meaning that 7080% of people rate depends directly dependent on the salary. " 
He added, "We are in the Finance Committee, taking this into consideration , and is now under the hands of Civil Service Law is an important and fundamental reform of administrative and financial have we presented to the House of Representatives for the first reading, and the private salaries paragraph but regrettably the government has kept the peace as it is, but we are in the Finance Committee decided to work on a ladder in cooperation with the government and Ministry of Finance General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers that the maturing him new salary and down the new numbers in this law and are voting on it. " 
He went on, saying, "We demand the government applied at the beginning of the new fiscal year on the grounds that this year the problems, which scarce resources are not sufficient for the application of this law." 
"We are in the Finance Committee are serious and determined to amend the employees' salaries and special functional scores of fourth and below and the abolition of the vast differences between the salaries of staff in some ministries and departments, as these differences of up to five or six times, indicating that he will not be reduced by the high salaries but low increase moderately and admissibility, noting that this law will be equipped during the current year, hoping to apply next year. " 
Given the importance of some of the laws and Msasha the smallest details of the lives of the citizens, the political and popular circles always and never need to approve these laws passed and implemented on the ground demanding; to touch citizen usefulness and compensated for the years of deprivation, poverty and destitution. Ended as Q 

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We thought ya'll already addressed these issues.... que paso, bros..?!  :confused2:

 

Okay, so it needs some tweaking... :bulb:

 

Chop, chop !  Let's get on with it a;ready !  :facepalm2:

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..."tweak", LGD, not "twerk"... !  ^_^

 

 

Man, you better get those eyes checked , :eek:

 

for all you know you mighta been stickin' 5's & 10's in those g-strings insteada 1's !   :lol:  :P

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...yuh, LGD, we saw you there....  :lol:

 

It's our part-time job.... gotta pull in those 1's to pay for bait to sustain us until the RV ! 

 

(of course, at our age they just toss quarters, but, hey, they add up ! and bait is cheap !) :P

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