The Egyptian government’s head called on ministries to move to new capital as well to finalize the motives to be offered the soonest.
Egypt’s cabinet to move into the new administrative capital, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly confirmed on Thursday. He also urged the ministries to finalize their ‘batch of motives’ amid accelerated cabinet procedures to implement the digitalization of the common government services.
In June, President Sisi called for a commitment to the plans for construction work in the new administrative capital (NAC), so, the speedy completion of the main and internal road hubs should make the moving of government easy and fast.
In January 2020, Egypt’s government plans on moving its ministries and staff to the new capital – it also seeks to commence work mid-2020 while investors have started constructing academic and housing towns.
NAC: Egypt prioritizes the restructuring of government bodies
There were several ways for employees to reach the NAC, said the Egyptian government spokesman Nader Saad in November. The cabinet had been studying options for bringing employees to the capital, either by contracting with transportation companies or by paying cash for transportation costs.
The Egyptian government stressed in Dec. that it has no intention to dismiss any state employee after moving to the new administrative capital. It affirmed seeking to maintain all employees’ rights along with developing and raising the efficiency of the state’s administrative apparatus and staff.
During a meeting to follow up on the steps and procedures of moving to the new capital, Madbouly restated that Egypt prioritized the restructuring of institutions and government bodies. The meeting has gathered a number of ministers who tackled the latest updates related to relocating staff of ministries and government bodies to the administrative capital.