PM: Gov't aims at fully mechanizing 174 services for citizens through one-window
Friday، 20 September 2019 - 11:48 AM
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli asserted the importance of the visit he paid to Port Said governorate in the presence of ministers and council of governors.
In statements following the end of his tour in Port Said, Madbouli underlined that President Abdel Fattah El Sisi has instructed the government since day one of its formation to focus on three main files; health, education and administrative reform. He noted that the government is working round-the-clock to implement the president's directives in this regard to meet the needs of the citizens.
He also noted that Port Said governorate has been chosen to be the starting point of carrying out several development programs topped by the comprehensive health insurance, digital transformation, mechanized government services, to turn the governorate into a model to be followed in all Egyptian governoates.
Madbouli said the motive of holding the meeting of the Council of Governors in Port Said is to brief the governors on the development that has been made in the governorate especially that it is the first one to apply the health insurance system.
He added that the council of governors discussed a set of important files including preparations for the new academic year, preparations for torrential rains, adjustment of land disputes, management of solid waste system as well as building violations and other files.
The premier extended thanks for the efforts exerted by officials nationwide to introduce development in all government services especially the administrative reform, health and education. He said the government aims at fully mechanizing 174 services to citizens by the end of December to ease any measures through dealing with one-window and via one place.