There was an error on the Maternity Insurance law

Editor, I’m a CSR lawyer and the one who has worked on draft law of Maternity. Insurance. I noticed, as I read the article in last Friday’s publication (18th September), that the Head of Media and Public Relations in CSR was quoted saying “...the employer will contribute 0.5% whereas the employee will contribute 1.5 of gross salary...”
An expentant woman. The draft law on maternity insurance is aimed at benefiting women
An expentant woman. The draft law on maternity insurance is aimed at benefiting women

Editor,

I’m a CSR lawyer and the one who has worked on draft law of Maternity

Insurance. I noticed, as I read the article in last Friday’s publication (18th September), that the Head of Media and Public Relations in CSR was quoted saying “...the employer will contribute 0.5% whereas the employee will contribute 1.5 of gross salary...”

But it’s the employee who will contribute 0.5% of his/her gross salary and the employer 1.5%. That’s how it is provided for in the draft law.

Kamonyo Rugaba Serge
State Attorney in CSR
Tel: 0788848203

serge@csr.gov.rw

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