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    Al-Baldawi: The coming days will witness the dismissal of governors and deputy ministers from their

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    Post by Rocky Mon 29 May 2023, 7:07 am

    [size=52]Al-Baldawi: The coming days will witness the dismissal of governors and deputy ministers from their positions[/size]
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    The Strategic Planning and Federal Service Committee in the House of Representatives confirmed that the next stage of evaluating government work will witness the dismissal of governors and agents, in addition to a new batch of directors in ministries.
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     The second vice-chairman of the committee, Muhammad al-Baldawi, said, in a statement reported by "Al-Sabah" newspaper, seen by / information / that "the committee, in the standard of evaluation, is in constant contact with the Prime Minister's office directly and the government committee concerned with that process."
     He added, "The evaluation is divided into four sections, the first according to the initial vision, the prime minister's evaluation, his ministerial approach, and the efforts and initiatives he was able to implement through the administration."
    And he indicated that "the second section is related to evaluating the ministers and their ministries separately, highlighting their capabilities in implementing the government program, and then this program is fully reflected in the ministerial curriculum."
    He pointed out that "the third section is related to evaluating the governorates and governors, and it is the largest and most important stage in terms of the administrative independence of the governorates, as they are local governments." 
    He continued, "Local governments are the closest to providing services to citizens, noting the sums allocated to them from the regional development budgets or from various programs such as the Reconstruction Fund, the World Bank, international organizations, petrodollars, and even from the stabilization program."
     He pointed out that "they are large sums, and this is separate from the investment amounts that reach these governorates through the ministry," adding that "the fourth section in the evaluation relates to the technical engineering service effort established by the Council of Ministers, and this effort took a respectable and good path, as it was able to accomplish good works and serve the citizens." quickly and effectively, away from the complexities and routine routines of the rest of the departments," warning that "the evaluation will extend to general managers after more than 60 managers were dismissed, and they will be joined by a new batch that arrives successively, including general managers, governors, ministers and agents." over 25
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