The payments contemplated are neither gifts nor “additional allowances”. In the event that the contract has been legally concluded, the payments constitute compensation that has taken place strictly on the basis of a contract concluded before the work was carried out. It is true that the resolution providing for payments is unfortunate. He speaks of “retroactive compensation”, but it is clear [[Orig. Op. Page 5]] which was provided for in the contract. We conclude that it is not possible to grant a retroactive wage increase to urban workers, unless there has been an agreement during the period for which the increase will be granted to adjust compensation for that period when granting a transaction. This is then the situation under the Constitution as it is interpreted in Christ before. The port of Olympia, a.a.O.: during [Orig. Op.
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