The Egyptian Prime Minister: The fuel subsidy bill fell to 17...

The Egyptian Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, said that Egypt is facing a great challenge for decades, in addition to the state’s continuation in implementing some decisions without considering returning these mechanisms and making sure that the eligible groups are targeted.

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The first meeting of the Egyptian government at its headquarters in the new administrative capital

The first meeting of the Egyptian government at its headquarters in the new administrative capital

Mostafa Madbouly added, during a press conference broadcast by the first Egyptian satellite channel, that the government must review the support system, and the government is not separate from the people. .

He said that many groups in Egypt receive support without entitlement, pointing to the inheritance of Egyptian society over many decades, policies without reviewing them and making sure that support reaches its beneficiaries.

Mostafa Madbouly pointed out that the amounts available from the support system were made with huge investments that benefited all citizens in building a state for the future, and with knowledge of the resources and capabilities of the Egyptian state, we are trying as much as possible, and there is a great challenge facing us, which is the population increase.

He stressed that the population increase eats up any development rates implemented by the state, considering that if the population growth rates in Egypt were proven for only 10 years, the situation would be completely different in Egypt.

He explained that next week the country will witness other inaugurations in the governorates of Upper Egypt, explaining that with regard to the administrative capital, the development witnessed by the capital is not only a geographic transition, and not only building development, but also digitization and governance of government work and the qualification of employees.

Source: the seventh day

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