The Prime Minister, Engineer Hussein Arnous, conveyed President Bashar al-Assad's greetings and love to the working class throughout Syria, stressing the keenness to improve the living conditions of the working class and to take the necessary measures to achieve the rightful labor demands according to the available capabilities and the participation of representatives of the working class in making economic decisions that would enhance the steadfastness The Syrian state in its war against terrorism.
During the second session of the General Federation Council of Trade Unions, Eng. Arnous stated that all ministries were asked to develop the incentive system in their affiliated institutions and link wages to production according to the nature of the work of each institution in a way that would improve salary supplements, indicating that work is underway to review the organizational structure and the numerical staffing The job description of the ministries within the national project for administrative reform, to be completed during the first quarter of next year.
The Prime Minister stressed that every economic facility that achieves economic feasibility will be preserved, and what is necessary to expand its production base, review the factories that do not achieve this feasibility, and search for a new investment mechanism for it after conducting the necessary studies for this, indicating that the goal of merging construction companies is to own Each company has all the components necessary for its work so that it is fully relied upon in implementing public sector projects.
The Prime Minister said that “stopping competitions in the country is temporary to complete the appointment of the 66,000 demobilized citizens,” adding, “We have 37,000 theaters who submitted to the demobilized competition in a first batch and 29,000 theater for a second batch, while extending the period of progression to the competition for a month.”
Engineer Arnous indicated that 7.5 million liters of diesel fuel are distributed daily to the production and service sectors, 7 million liters of which are still at the subsidized price for heating, agriculture and public transport, pointing out that industrial cities are supplied with electricity around the clock while work is continuing to provide the requirements for the advancement of the industrial sector to restore Cast him and he can overcome the negative effects of the war.
Eng. Arnous explained that Syria’s need for wheat amounts to one million and 200 thousand tons imported, stressing that the country's needs of wheat material will be met until the end of the current year and continuous work is to increase wheat stocks for the coming periods to avoid any crisis in the availability of a loaf of bread and called on representatives of the working class to support government efforts to combat The phenomenon of smuggling flour, for which severe penalties will be taken.
Eng. Arnous referred to the contract to import 60,000 tons of fertilizer to provide the agricultural sector's need from it and expand government irrigation projects in the governorates in a way that would support the agricultural sector and complete the contracting procedures for operating the first and fifth groups in the Aleppo thermal power plant in addition to continuing to deal with the tax evasion file until completion. From him fully and access to tax justice.