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Cabinet discusses government's program
[10/01/2021 03:56]

ADEN - SABA
The Ministers Council held its second meeting here presided over by Prime Minister Ma'een Abdulmalik discussing the plans of the government's program in the light of urgent priorities in the present time to be provided to parliament for getting confidence.

The council directed formation a committee from ministers of foreign affairs as head and membership of ministers of finance, planning and international cooperation, telecommunications, industry and trade, transportation and civil service and insurances to prepare the plans of the program within two weeks from the meeting's date.

Prime minister directed that the plans of the program must not be traditional but realistic and to keep pace with current challenges and to include directives of the president and Riyadh Agreement as current and future priorities.

He stressed that the government's program must crystalize the basic aim of finalizing ending up Houthi militia's coup, regaining the state and realizing financial and administrative reforms on the bases of the objectives made during consultations with the political parties and components before formation of the government.

" We have big priority must crystalize all our plans and programs, which is ending the coup and regaining the state and realizing stability and economic recovery," said prime minister.

He added that the ministries must make its plans to focus on citizens' service, economic and developmental needs, taking into consideration that this program will be monitored by citizens before control and audit authorities.

He pointed out to significance of focusing on economic reforms and fixing faults made during the past period and activating financial and cash policy for improving livelihoods of the people, confirming that the forthcoming stage will witness integrity and transparency and the government will focus on activating control and audit authorities.

The discussions of the ministers focused on outmost priorities must be made in top list of the program during the forthcoming period and the discussions focused on combating corruption and carrying out radical reforms in different financial and administrative domains as well as boosting general incomes and reducing costs.

The ministers confirmed significance of enhancing integration of the government and enforcing the national front.


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