Following the protest of the Judges and the Public Ministry against the approval of the Single Salary Schedule, the Government says that the Magistrates are complaining about a law they are not aware of. Adriano Maleiane says that this law will not affect the statutes of the sectors. On September 9, the Mozambican Association of Judges and the Public Prosecutor’s Office submitted a petition to the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, Human Rights and Legality of the Assembly of the Republic , against the approval of the single Salary Schedule, by the Council of Ministers. According to the Magistrates, the proposed law, to be submitted to the Assembly of the Republic for consideration and approval, is unconstitutional. “We want the Assembly of the Republic, at the time of approval of the Law, take into account the specificities that concern the judiciary. It follows from the Constitution of the Republic, in article 179, that the courts are organs of sovereignty and their social or remuneration status can only be approved by the Assembly of the Republic, in matters of competence exclusive the same, that’s why we consider it unconstitutional”, said Carlos Mondlane, President of the Mozambican Association of Judges. On its turn, the Ministry of Economy and Finance called the press on Wednesday to talk about the law setting criteria for the remuneration of state employees and agents, and the respective minister, Adriano Maleiane, said that there is no reason for panic .”What happened was that the magistrates went to submit a petition to the 1st commission of the Assembly of the Republic, complaining about a law they didn’t have. But what I can say is that all rights were taken into account, so this law will not affect the statutes, nor the magistrates, doctors, engineers, mainly because the statutes do not set salaries. What is happening is a redefinition of the law that fixes wages and salaries,” explained the Governor. base salaries for the entire public sector. “Since we started, we have tried to reduce the various scales, subsidies, and harmonize to eliminate salary differences in the public sector,” Maleiane said, adding that the new law will ensure that there is fairness in remuneration. “We heard the situations of people who prefer one Ministry over another, because of the salary, but this law will finally eliminate this aspect. You are a State employee, wherever you are, you will earn a salary compatible with the level and not where you are”, he concluded. 2022. Source: O País

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