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Opposition calls for higher raises for govt employees
Opposition calls for higher raises for govt employees
The recent decision to increase the wages of government to 10% has been met with disappointment by opposition.
Wednesday, May 19,2010 17:04
Muslim Brotherhood MP Hussein Ibrahim complained that the LE 1200 monthly minimum wage was set by court and government must comply with the ruling. He added that the raise should be in proportion with the continued rise in prices and living expenses
PA speaker Fathy Sorour claimed that court in this case can only make recommendations, which the govt might,or might not, enforce, adding  that the President was generous in his bonus
Wafd Party MP Mohamed Dawood, recommended that the issue be deferred offering that another 5% should be added to the raise
tags: Opposition / Wages / MP Hussein Ibrahim / Fathy Sorour / Opposition
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