A member of parliament of the Kurdistan region of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Talar Latif, on Saturday, a draft law will be presented to the Parliament of the region soon to open bank accounts for each employee of Kurdistan.
Latif said in a statement to Al-Ghad Press that “the reforms that will include the salaries of the staff of the region is to work on a bill will be submitted to Parliament soon to open bank accounts for each of the staff of the region so that the government to put the salaries saved.”
“If the bill is passed in parliament, all employees will be able to pay only government loans, including agricultural loans, housing loans, water and electricity bills and marriage advances,” she said.
Latif pointed out that “the improvement of the economic and financial situation of the provincial government means that the government will put money in those accounts,” indicating that “the employee can dispose of the money is not for government loans only.”
It is noteworthy that the province witnessed earlier demonstrations in several areas in Kurdistan in protest against the delay of salaries and the system of saving the salaries of Peshmerga and staff.