Civil servants' salary reform envisaged in Armenia

Civil servants' salary reform envisaged in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - Civil servants' salary reform has been scheduled in Armenia, with social insurance package to be provided, Armenian Prime Minister stated.

As Tigran Sargsyan stated at September 29 governmental sitting, 2012 draft budget envisages additional financing from IMF, WB and EU as well as increase in social expenditures.

“The package will include health insurance as well as possibility for parents to cover their children's education fee among other privileges,” the PM said.

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