The FVP renews the state's commitment to implement the reform program of the state

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The FVP renews the state's commitment to implement the reform program of the state

The First Vice President of the Republic, Prime Minister, First Lieutenant, Gen Bakri Hassan Saleh renewed the state's commitment to implement the reform program of the state apparatus and the outputs of the national dialogue. He called on ministers and ministers of state to pay attention to the implementation of the general obligations to reform the state apparatus. And the implementation of the national project for capacity building. This came during his meeting on Thursday, July 12, 2018, in his cabinet office with the ministers and ministers of state who were recently appointed within the government of S national in the framework of the conclusion Altvakra forum, which was organized by the Ministry of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers of the ministers concerned.The First Vice President of the Republic stressed the importance of promoting performance in the civil service and developing the institutional performance of the various state agencies to carry out their functions in planning, implementation, follow-up and evaluation.The forum, which lasted for two days, reviewed the position of implementing the program of reforming the state apparatuses and the national dialogue, and dealing with scientific papers and lectures that included the ministers' relationship with the legislative body, the role of the minister in preserving public money, media discourse and communication skills with the gahmor.The forum praised the experience of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and its pioneering experience in the field of executive work.The meeting was followed by a number of recommendations, including the promotion of a culture of reform and dialogue, the activation of the planning apparatus in the ministries, the unification of the media discourse and the interest in training the cadres. The forum also recommended the distribution of such forums to governors, ministers and newly accredited states