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Smooth transactions: Ministries link for dues and payments

The coordination between the Ministry of Electricity, Water, and Renewable Energy and the Ministry of Interior aims to establish electronic linking procedures, obliging citizens to settle their outstanding dues, including fees and electricity bills

  • Citizens who sign pledges in favor of the Ministry of Electricity to pay off their accumulated amounts and do so in installments will be allowed to complete their transactions

After the successful initiative by the Ministry of Electricity, Water, and Renewable Energy to link residents’ transaction completions at the Ministry of Interior with the payment of their electricity and water consumption bills, along with travel expenses, sources within the Ministry of Electricity revealed ongoing coordination between the two ministries.

This coordination aims to establish electronic linking procedures, obliging citizens to settle their outstanding dues, including fees and electricity bills, before proceeding with their Ministry of Interior transactions.

The sources said, “The linking process carried out earlier by the ministry with the Ministry of the Interior, under which residents were obligated to pay their dues before traveling, succeeded in collecting large amounts of debts that had accumulated for years. This success led to a reduction in the ministry’s debts, which in turn encouraged it to take practical measures to help collect outstanding dues from citizens by linking them to the completion of their transactions with the Ministry of Interior.”

Sources explained that “citizens who sign pledges in favor of the Ministry of Electricity to pay off their accumulated amounts and do so in installments will be allowed to complete their transactions.” They emphasized that the ministry’s objective is to ensure the collection of its accumulated debts without impeding the interests of citizens or residents.

They further mentioned that the ministry had previously completed the linking process with the Ministry of Interior regarding residents’ debts. Additionally, links have been established with the Ministry of Works, the General Authority for Agriculture and Fisheries, and the Public Authority for Industry. Currently, efforts are underway to establish links with the Ministry of Finance, State Property Administration, and the Ministry of Commerce and Manpower.



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