70 thousand degrees and careers through 2014

13/07/2013 12:00 AM

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estimated the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives the number of grades that will be allocated within the budget of the year 2014 by 70 thousand degrees after the addition of 30 thousand degrees to her, according to parliamentary sources for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network."

said committee member Hassan Auzmn Bayati: "The budget next year will be the priority in which to install contracts, while there will be degrees of functional as important needs."

It is said that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki face the need commitment Minister Mark install working as a contract in ministries and state institutions to the staffing of State Permanent and give them priority appointment.

and follow-Bayati said in a statement singled out (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network): "The total revenue budget next year would be 143.31 trillion dinars, while the total expenditures will be 157.712 trillion dinars, in what would be the amount of the deficit 14.681 trillion dinars

The deficit ratio of GDP Local is estimated at 4.9 percent, while the price of crude oil exported will be calculated at $ 90, what would be the production quantities of crude oil exported 3.5 million barrels,
while the exchange rate of the dinar against the dollar was calculated at 1.16.

in the meantime, the Committee expected to start the work of the Council of Public Service Federal next year.

Committee member MP Faleh Al Sari Djiashi confirmed for "Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network": that "in the event of voting on a board this year, will start (the Board) the distribution of grades among applicants fairly."

It is said that the names of a Public Service Council came to the Parliament by the government recently.

The Council aims to regulate the affairs of public office and freed from politicization and vandalism, and build a state of institutions and the formation of Foundation mission is the development of work in government departments, and the development of rules and principles of sound and secure justice and impartiality, and to ensure that standards of competence in the appointment and re-appointment promotion and application of Article 107 of the Constitution.