Article (83)No claim related to cancellation of the administrative decisions shall be accepted after the lapse of sixty days from the date of publishing the contested administrative decision, or notifying the concerned person of the same, or proving his knowledge and aware of it and shall be appealed before resorting to the court.
Article (84)No claim related to any of the financial rights resulting by virtue of provisions of this Law shall be considered after the end of the fifth financial year following the financial year in which those rights were due.
Article (85)It is not permissible to deduct or withhold from amounts due from the government to the employee except for fulfilling expenses or a debt adjudged by the judicial department or for paying liabilities due from him to the government, whether for a reason related to his job or for recovering what may have been unlawfully disbursed to him. It is not permissible to deduct or withhold from these amounts more than a quarter of his total salary, except with a written consent of the employee. In case of many deductions, priority shall be given to the adjudged expenses, then the government debt, then other debts.
Article (86)The employees subject to the provisions of this Law shall be transferred to the grades and salaries scale referred to in Article (20) hereof, and the provisions and controls of such transfer and the schedule required for implementing the same shall be determined by virtue of decision issued by of the Chairman of the Executive Council.
1- The chairman of the government entity shall be responsible for the proper application of the provisions of this Law and the regulations, decisions and manuals issued in its implementation, and the chairman may delegate some of his powers in writing to senior officials as required, provided that the authorised official is qualified for what assigned to him.
2- The authorisation shall not relieve the chairman of the government entity from his responsibility regarding the powers and authorities entrusted to him, and the authorised official shall exercise the powers granted to him properly and efficiently for the work interest.
3. The chairman of the government entity may issue a human resources policies and procedures manual in a manner not conflicting with the provisions of this Law and its regulations, decisions and manuals executed thereto.
The Executive Council may add, amend or cancel any financial liabilities resulting from application of the provisions of this Law upon the Authority’s recommendation.
1- The Executive Regulation regarding Department Personnel Affairs shall be issued by a resolution of the Chairman of the Executive Council upon a proposal by the Authority. The Regulation shall determine the provisions of their employment affairs.
2- The Executive Regulation of this Law shall be issued by a decision of the Authority after the approval of the Executive Council.
3- The Authority shall issue decisions and detailed manuals for the provisions of this Law and its Executive Regulation.
1- The regulations in force prior to the issuance of this Law shall remain valid as long as they do not contradict with its provisions and executive regulations.
2- The Executive Council may postpone the implementation of some provisions of this Law for a transitional period not exceeding six months from the date of its effective date..
3- The Law No. (1) of 2006 above mentioned shall be repealed.
4- Any provision or article that contradicts with the provisions of this law shall be repealed.
This Law shall be published in the Official Gazette, and shall be effective from the date of publishing.