Thursday, February 04, 2010

Macedonian public sector employees have their salaries unfrozen

Skopje. The employees in the public sector in Macedonia were given higher salaries for January despite the government’s decision to freeze the public administration’s pay amid the crisis, Macedonian Vreme daily writes.
Macedonia’s Constitutional Court cancelled the provision in the Judicial and Public Servants Act which does not compensate for the length of service and the government’s decision not to give money for transport to the employees who are living close to their workplaces. The pay rise will burden the annual budget with a few millions of euros, the newspaper writes.

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