Wed. AM TNT News Articles 4-27-22



General Secretariat: Eid Al Fitr holiday starts from Sunday and ends on Thursday of next week

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced the suspension of official working hours for next Sunday.

And the secretariat stated in a statement, which the Independent received a copy of, that “Sunday, corresponding to 5/1/2022, will be an official holiday, on the occasion of International Labor Day, and the Eid al-Fitr holiday starts from the same day and ends on Thursday, corresponding to 5/222. /5″.

And the secretariat indicated that “official working hours will resume in all government institutions, on Sunday, corresponding to 5/8/2022.”  link

Coordination framework: We will participate in the voting session on the Food Security Law

Member of the framework, Ibtisam Al-Hilali, told Shafaq News Agency, “The coordination framework blocs will participate in the session that will be held after the Eid holiday, if the session is dedicated to voting on the draft law on emergency support for food security and development and completing the selection of permanent committee membership.”

She added that “the law of emergency support for food security is one of the important laws and cares for segments of society, especially since the law supports the items of the ration card, social protection and farmers’ entitlements. Everyone must attend to vote on the law in the session scheduled to be held after the Eid holiday on May 7th.”

In Sulaymaniyah and Garmian.. Demonstrations demanding salaries and threatening to cut off electricity

On Wednesday morning, a number of Garmian Electricity Distribution Directorate employees gathered in front of the directorate building, to demand their monthly salaries, while threatening to cut off the electricity.

A local source told Shafak News Agency, “The employees gave the KRG 24 hours to deliver their salaries, threatening to cut off the electricity to the citizens.”

In turn, a representative of the protesters in the Garmian Electricity Distribution Directorate, Muhammad Sapir, said in a statement received by Shafak News Agency, “The Ministry of Electricity is the most productive and money-earning ministries, and it is unfair for its employees to be like this, so we will strike and continue to demonstrate if the government does not respond.” to our demands within 24 hours.

In another matter, the agency’s correspondent reported that a number of Sulaimaniyah University employees and professors demonstrated this morning, in front of the university building, as well as Raparin University employees, to demand the payment of salaries for the month of March.

The reporter said that the employees demanded the payment of their late salaries and the disbursement of salaries every 30 days, and they also demanded that the government pay the salaries for the month of April because it is now over.

He pointed out that about 7 ministries have not received their monthly salaries despite the announcement of the Kurdistan Regional Government, and since the twenty-seventh of last month, a schedule for the distribution of salaries for the month of March.

He also explained that Sulaymaniyah banks do not have sufficient financial liquidity to distribute salaries to all employees, and what they have daily does not exceed more than one and a half billion dinars, as they distribute them to a small number of employees.

On a related level, the agency’s correspondent stated that volunteers in the health sector continued to strike for the fourth consecutive day, due to their unfair appointment.

Sulaymaniyah Governorate and its affiliated areas have been witnessing for several months, a financial liquidity crisis in government banks, which has led to a delay in the payment of salaries to employees, which led to the exit of many demonstrations and the strike of a number of government institutions. link

Press release on the occasion of the Arab Financial Inclusion Day – April 27, 2022

A press release issued by: The Secretariat of the Board of Governors of Arab Central Banks and Monetary Institutions ( Arab Financial Inclusion Day – April 27, 2022 under the slogan: “The Importance of Social Responsibility for Financial and Banking Institutions in Promoting Financial Inclusion” ) … To view, click here.

For publication on April 27, 2022 (00:8 am)

Press release issued by:

Secretariat of the Board of Governors of Arab Central Banks and Monetary Institutions

Arab Financial Inclusion Day – 27 April 2022

Under the slogan: “The Importance of Social Responsibility for Financial and Banking Institutions in Promoting Financial Inclusion”

call to:

Enhancing awareness of the concept of social responsibility for financial and banking institutions and the requirements for financing


Adopting measures that encourage the inclusion of social and environmental responsibility in the policies of financial and banking institutions

Develop mechanisms and tools for measuring the social performance of financial and banking institutions

Building consumer confidence in the social responsibility of financial and banking institutions

Launching social responsibility programs for financial and banking institutions and reflecting them in periodic reports

Urging financial and banking institutions to develop services and products that enhance social responsibility

Targeting financially excluded groups by implementing appropriate credit policies

The topic of enhancing access to finance and financial services in the Arab countries is receiving great attention from the Council

Governors of Arab central banks and monetary institutions, being aware of the potential and significant opportunities that can be

Achieving them by enhancing financial inclusion to support comprehensive and sustainable economic development and address unemployment challenges and achieving social justice. There is no doubt that the repercussions and challenges on the financial and banking sector in this

The phase to support recovery clearly highlights the urgent need to promote responsible financing and social responsibility

For financial and banking institutions to serve sustainable development. In this context, environmental standards are applied

The United Nations, with growing interest from the international community and financial institutions

regional and international. Arab central banks realize the great importance of promoting social and environmental responsibility,

It seeks to develop frameworks that help adopt and apply these standards by financial institutions

And its banking. The Arab Monetary Fund is also intensifying its efforts in issuing many studies, reports and evidence

Guidelines, to contribute to addressing priority issues, especially in terms of promoting responsible financing and social responsibility in the Arab countries.  link

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