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Disclaimer for the last time about the amendments to the warranty law..!
More than (100) insurance information that I devoted to discussing the amendments included in the law amending the Social Security Law, in which I indicated the positives of some amendments and the negatives of others, in addition to my participation in most sessions of the Parliamentary Action Committee dedicated to discussing the law and expressing my opinion frankly, objectively and clearly with these amendments without courtesy. For one, submitting more than one letter on behalf of the Social Security House Association - under the foundation of the Senate and the House of Representatives in this regard.
We have sufficiently warned of the effects of some of the amendments that were approved, and they are effects extended to everyone without exception, yet we saw how they were approved and most of what we wrote was omitted, supported by evidence, argument, logic, studies and numbers..!
The important thing is that I am now completely clear of conscience, despite the pain and resentment I feel because of some amendments that I do not see any necessity for at all and were built only on two biases. The first is biased towards the state treasury, and the second is biased toward business and capital institutions.. Both sides are biased at the expense of the weakest link, which is the workers..!
In any case, I hope you remember well every word I wrote, every advice I gave, and every suggestion I made, even after a while.
You will all leave your posts; Representatives, notables, the prime minister and members of the Council of Ministers, and senior civil and military officials.. What you made and what you legislated will remain, and its effects will appear later.
I am completely confident that some of the results that we will see in the reality of social security will not be far away, and that the security law will be reopened after a short period of time, and what has been approved today will be reviewed for fairness and correction..!
If tomorrow to its sight nearby.
Journalist and human rights activist/ Musa Al-Subaihi