Staff of the Presidential Cabinet of North Macedonia confirmed that their salaries were not paid in January 2023.
And in the statement issued by the Presidency of the Republic on the subject, “The statement we received from the Ministry of Finance that there was no additional appropriation to pay the salaries of presidential employees in the 2023 budget, we believe that this is not true. It is not true.” It has been said.
According to the collective bargaining agreement signed with the labor union, the Presidency provided a salary increase of only 5% to civil servants working in the Presidency.
This increase does not apply to the President of the Republic and appointees and special advisors to the Council of Ministers. The budget allocations for 2023 were covered by our own savings in the budget of our institution, and no additional appropriation was requested from the Ministry of Finance for this purpose.
In the statement, “The request for financial resources for the January 2023 salary submitted by the Presidency to the Ministry of Finance within the funds approved in the 2023 budget of the Republic of North Macedonia was submitted in accordance with the law.” Data included.
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