The People's Assembly approved today in its 28th session of the 11th ordinary session of the second legislative role, under the chairmanship of Speaker Hamouda Sabbagh, the bill of military pensions and became a law.
The two-article draft law included the addition of a paragraph to the end of Article 38 of the Military Pensions Act promulgated by Legislative Decree No. 17 of 2003. The amendment stipulated that in case of military injury several injuries resulting from “military operations… one of the similar cases” by a terrorist gang. "On the hands of hostile elements" is calculated the proportion of the reliability of any injury from the residual capacity of the injured after subtracting the percentage of the first injury rate of the total capacity of him and follow the same mechanism of calculation for each additional injury and grant the rights arising from the new reliability ratio in accordance with the laws and regulations in force and issued Instructions necessary to implement the provisions of this paragraph by a decision of the Commander in Chief.
The Council also referred the draft law on exemption of the civil subscribers to the Syrian Telecom Company from the benefits arising from them if they pay their debts in cash or installments within one year from the date of entry into force of this law to the Committee on Information, Communications and Information Technology.
A number of members of the Council raised some issues under the new item, demanding to address the issue of heavy gases emitted from the nitrogen fertilizer plant in the city of Qutaina, Homs, and impose a large fine on the ration violations.
Most members demanded that the minimum wage be exempted from taxation and that it include increased salaries and wages for conscripts and martyrs of the martyrs' forces and pensions for retired martyrs.
A number of members called for the rehabilitation of schools damaged by terrorism in the villages of Jabal al-Sheikh, in addition to providing fuel oil to the villages of the region and the restoration of the terrestrial communications service to the villages of Magr al-Mir and pinched and attention to livestock in the jungle in Hama.
A number of members called for reconsidering the status of the dismissed workers who proved their innocence and scheduling the electricity debts on the farmers in al-Hasakah governorate, providing an electrical transformer to the University of al-Hasakah and supporting farmers in the liberated areas in Deir Ezzor by re-pumping water in irrigation channels for reclamation and cultivation, as well as in the northern countryside of Hama and southern Idlib. .
In response to the members' questions, the Minister of State for People's Assembly Affairs Abdullah Abdullah said that the Ministry of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection is working to control prices, pointing out that the problem of emission of gases from the nitrogen fertilizer plant in Homs will be raised with the Prime Minister and follow up the various issues raised with the ministries. And stakeholders.
The meeting rose to 11 am on Thursday.
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