The Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) has requested an additional K5.62 billion ($5.27 million) to pay its employees and hired labours, due to the increment in basic salaries of government staff, the city’s mayor said.
“When we proposed our budget for 2015-16 there was no deficit. However, after taking the increment [of salaries] into account YCDC’s budget now shows deficit,” U Hla Myint, mayor of YCDC, said. Viagra http://valleyofthesunpharmacy.com/viagra/
YCDC has 17,185 employees and it spends about 10 percent of its income on paying staff, the mayor said. YCDC’s proposed total budget this fiscal year was K339.72 billion ($318.83 million).
The committee said in 2015-16 it is going to spend K257.4 billion ($241.57 million) on constructing cargo truck stations, warehouse building, mechanical workshops and vehicle storage, slaughterhouses and animal farms, roads, bridges and water supply systems, parks and garbage disposal system, among others. Aurogra http://www.healthfirstpharmacy.net/aurogra.html