Besa Agreement

The Muslim Brotherhood camp is also fiercely opposed to the deal, as it weakens its regional position. Sunni Islamists have long accused Arab governments of seeking normalization with Israel. Instead of denying the claim, the UAE has emerged in a courageous maneuver that resists radical rhetoric. SUMMARY: The peace agreement between the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Israel removes Jerusalem`s cooperation with sunni Arab states from the shadows. The agreement strengthens regional stability and allows for increased cooperation in defence and intelligence, trade, investment and joint technological development and could foster positive religious and cultural dialogue. The deal is a setback for Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood, two radical Islamist forces that are determined to destabilize the region and threaten Israel and Sunni Arab countries. He added that it was essential that all parties to the agreement continue to work coherently “in order to protect businesses and the health and well-being of our people and their families.” The head of Hamas` political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, condemned not only the pact, but also Egypt`s support and described the agreement as “a violation of the Arab and Islamic consensus and a stab in the back of the Palestinian people.” These agreements are concluded with the Unite union (with regard to hourly operation) and its EESA employee section (with regard to employees). The BESA defines the social benefits and pension contributions necessary for the workers covered by the agreement. Welplan is the preferred provider of social benefits.

It includes the possibility for employers to pay workers` travel and accommodation expenses in agreement with hmrc tax-free, without the administrative complications normally associated with this practice Social benefits, which will come into force from 3 October 2016, are set out in the 2016-2020 operational collective agreement, Phase 1: According to the Saudi News Agency Al Arabiya, Qatar has in recent days adopted a four-year, two-stage operational collective agreement, Phase 1: Campaign launched to influence Arab public opinion through media channels it funds, especially Al Jazeera, against the pioneering agreement between the UAE and Israel. . . .