Deputy: Agents and directors remaining in office for 15 years, some of which are rotated by an important ministry
A member of parliament said that "dozens of agents and general directors are living in the ministries and institutions of the state and have become like the feudal lords in these ministries," noting that "many of them have not changed their positions or left their chairs for four years and more, but some up to 10 years and 12."
He added that "there are important and vital ministries have direct contact with citizens as well as the national economy, such as the Ministry of Interior, Oil and Transport, and still [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and general directors live in them without being changed and added new blood in these important sites for the development of work," pointing out that "some ministries such as oil "This is surprising and we have more than one question mark."
The MP called "the government to change these agents and general managers immediately and inject new blood, in order to get rid of the administrative routine in these ministries, departments and institutions affiliated and to provide the best service and production of the citizen and the state," pointing out that "these agents and managers get privileges, wheels and protections All of this weighed on the federal state's budget at a time when the government was talking about austerity and cutting costs.
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