Minister of Commerce and Industry Dr. Yousef Al-Ali said Saturday that his ministry continued responding to violations issued by government monitoring entities in the past years, particularly those related to the undersecretary's technical office work and its organizational structure.
In a statement, Al-Ali said they are responding to such violations for the purpose of improving work environment in the ministry and utilizing available human energy, including employing the technical office's workers in various administrations vacancies at the ministry.
Al-Ali noted that such measures of employing are also based on their field and in implementation of the Civil Service Commission's recommendations and State Audit Bureau's report of 2013-14. The minister added that the ministry's response is also part of the government and parliament cooperation in responding to all remarks provided in these reports.
Al-Ali said the ministry's upcoming work plan will be based on two factors, development and productivity with the focus on caring for the human element, namely the national one.