Parliament defies the law and considers wage hikes ahead of elections

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Parliamentary commissions have approved several wage hikes for education and healthcare personnel after wages for these public employees were up by 30 percent on average last year, according to Mediafax and ZF. This happens despite the fact that a ‘fiscal-budgetary responsibility law’ passed in 2010 provides that “salary expenses cannot be hiked and nor can […]

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