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Kuwait to boost governors’ role – His Highness PM chairs meeting on work of governorates
March 18, 2015, 8:34 am
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His Highness the Prime Minister and President of the Higher Council for Governorates Affairs Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah chairs the meeting.

His Highness the Prime Minister and President of the Higher Council for Governorates Affairs Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah chaired on Tuesday a meeting of the Council in which he affirmed its role in offering the best available government services to the public.

The meeting brought together government ministers, heads of the nation's six governorates and other members of the Council. Following the meeting, State Minister for Cabinet affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Sabah, in a press statement, said the Prime Minister indicated in a speech to the Council that the government sought to boost the role of the governors and the functionality of all six governorates in an earnest endeavor to offer the public with the best services expected from the government, its ministries and its agencies.

Stressing the notion that the Kuwaiti citizen was the essential catalyst in the nation's growth and development aspirations, the Prime Minister said it was an imperative that a government-citizen partnership be pursued assiduously through the work of the governorates who ultimately go after providing the citizens with their service needs including recreation facilities, cultural outlets, and security.

The Prime Minister emphasized that services to the public could only be optimally achieved through the firm partnership between the ministries and the governorates, among others.

Secretary General and Council member Mohammad Al-Ahmad presented in a speech at the meeting a comprehensive vision as to the near future approach to the work of the governorates and means of enhancing their services to the benefit of the populations of these governorates.

The Council reviewed administrative concerns regarding its annual meetings and approved in that regard the formation of a panel entrusted with addressing the tabulation of topics for the attention of the Council after having consulted and coordinated with government ministries and agencies.

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