In the Past Month, 674 Complaints Have Been Addressed

The Civil Service Appeals Board (CSAB) has addressed 674 complaints in the past month, of which, 591 complaints were rejected, 61 complaints were confirmed, and 15 complaints were archived.

Furthermore, a total of 581 complaints related to ministries and government agencies were registered with the CSAB, in the past month. These complaints included: 425 complaints about not being shortlisted, 75 complaints about not convinced of the exam results, six complaints about not being admitted in the exams, 12 complaints about illegal transfers, 16 complaints about not being appointed, eight complaints about dismissals, seven complaints about annual performance appraisal, 15 complains about restoration of privileges’ rights, one complaint about not being allowed to sign the attendance sheet, nine complaints about positions’ announcements, one complaint about lack of transfer, four complaints about lack of transparency of the exam processes, and one complaint about not being notified of the exam results.

Furthermore, in order to maintain transparency and better handling of the civil servants’ complaints on the process of reviewing professional questions, The CSAB has referred four cases to experts in the past month.