Parliamentary Finance: Amendment of the pension law is ready to vote .. and reveal thousands of jobs


 

Release date:: 2019-11-17 19:26 
BAGHDAD: The Parliamentary Finance Committee, said the law amending the law on the retirement of Mosul is ready to vote.
Last week, the House of Representatives concluded the report and discussion of the draft amendment to the unified retirement law No. 9 of 2014, and is likely to pass this week.
Committee member Sherwan Mirza said in a press statement that the law is ready for the final vote and will be presented on the agenda of the next sessions in agreement with the Presidency of the House of Representatives.
“The first amendment to the unified retirement law No. 9 of 2014 included reducing the retirement age from 63 to 60 years, as well as Reducing the retirement age for employees wishing to retire at the age of (45) years instead of 50 years for those who have a job service not less than 15 years, “
Mirza pointed out that” reducing the retirement age three years will provide thousands of vacant jobs for young people and graduates in ministries and departments of various state. “
A parliamentary source, revealed that the amendment of the retirement law th Unified, including ministers in the current government.
The source told (Euphrates News) that the new amendment to the law “will topple five ministers.”
The amendments also include “increasing the minimum pension for a retired employee by 100,000 dinars per month, reducing the service required to pay end of service benefits from 30 years to 25 years, and allocating a pension to those who have been dismissed, resigned or canceled his contract if he has actual service more than 15 45 years old. “
The amendments also include “voluntary retirement of 15-year-olds and 45-year-olds for self-financing institutions, revocation of the power of the prime minister and ministers to extend the retirement age, equality of all retirees before and after the adoption of the Unified Retirement Law No. 9 of 2014, and disallow the hiring of retirees to allow for appointments. New. “

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