3601 retired from Oman’s civil government bodies in 9 months

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هذه الصفحة متوفرة بهذه اللغة: العربية

17 November 2020

MUSCAT (WAF): The number of retirees from civil government agencies during the first nine months of this year reached 3,601 male and female retirees, according to official statistics issued by the Civil Service Employees Pension Fund (CSPF).

In May, a circular by the Diwan of Royal Court revealed the government measures to cut the public spending by dispensing with 70% of the long-serving Omanis in the public sector.

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The data issued by CSPF shows an increase in the number of retirees by 2,722 Omanis between May and September 2020, to a total of 3601 retirees in the first nine months of the year.

This number doesn’t include the retirees of the defence and security sector and the retirees of State-owned Enterprises. The government employees are spread over the following pension funds: the Civil Service Employees Pension Fund, the Ministry of Defense Pension Fund, the Royal Oman Police Pension Fund, the Royal Oman Guard Pension Fund, the Sultan’s Special Force Pension Fund, the Internal Security Service Pension Fund, the Royal Office Pension Fund, the Diwan of Royal Court Pension Fund, and the Central Bank of Oman Pension Fund.


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