Bahraini legislators call for 15% pay hike for public sector
- Bahrain: Monday, January 07 - 2013 at 04:14
Bahraini lawmakers have urged the government to allocate more funds in the state budget for 2013 - 2014 to increase the salaries for all civil servants and raise pensions for retired personnel, Daily Tribune has reported. "The budget should include amounts that would help increase the salaries of civil servants by at least 15% and to increase the pensions of the retirees, in every sector' by not less than 29%. We also request to support workers in the private sector with wages less than BD300 with a monthly grant of BD50," said MP Ahmed Al Saati.
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