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Amman Today

publish date 2022-11-02 13:57:30

Prime Minister Bishr Al-Khasawneh said, on Wednesday, that corruption is incompatible with Jordan’s culture and values, and the government has a legal framework capable of dealing with it and deterring it in a proactive framework and within the framework of legal accountability as well.

He added, during his meeting with the secretaries and general managers, to emphasize their role and responsibility in implementing the public sector modernization map, that trembling in decision-making is unacceptable, and the administration is based on studied and objective scientific jurisprudence aimed at achieving the public interest, and political protection from the Council of Ministers for everyone who strives to take Transparent and objective decision to serve the country and citizens.

He added that the government has a comprehensive political, economic and administrative modernization project that extends for 10 years and crosses governments, led by His Majesty King Abdullah II and supported in this effort by His Highness Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, the Crown Prince.

Al-Khasawneh pointed out that the roadmap for the modernization of the public sector constitutes the main lever for the vision of economic modernization and the political modernization project, and government leaders from secretaries and general managers are the focus of the success of the comprehensive modernization project.

And it was the public sector that led the development process through the first centenary of the Jordanian state, and established and established national institutions that achieved renaissance, development and stability over a hundred years.

“During the first centenary of the state’s life, some bet on Jordan’s inability to withstand, but these bets were disappointed and were broken on the threshold of a well-established state entering its second centenary with determination and power, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II and supported by His Highness Prince Hussein bin Abdullah II, the Crown Prince,” according to Khasawneh.

He pointed out that the public sector’s responsibility is to provide the best services to citizens because they deserve it, and to be a flexible and efficient public sector to regain its glory and status, explaining that the success of the public sector modernization map project depends on the interaction between government leaders and employees in our various government institutions and departments.

Al-Khasawneh indicated that the public sector modernization map will not affect any of the job rights of the employees, and the number of employees will not be reduced or dismissed in any way.

He added that structuring and integrating institutions is not the most important axis in the public sector modernization map, as there are other more important components: government services, procedures and digitization, policy-making and decision-making, human resources, legislation, and institutional culture.

“We will not deal with the issue of merging and structuring institutions as a sacred text, as it is subject to modification and change, and we are open to any objective ideas or proposals in this regard,” according to Al-Khasawneh.

He pointed out that the public sector modernization map will not be a “talking forum.” We moved to the implementation stage immediately and with clear timelines, and we created the website of the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of State for Public Sector Modernization to oversee the direct and immediate implementation of the map.

Al-Khasawneh indicated that what is required is to reproduce the culture of our dealings with the private sector so that its relationship with the public sector is complementary. As an essential partner in the development process and providing job opportunities.

He called for the need to reproduce an institutional culture that emphasizes that public service is an honor, a mission, and pride, because it is a service to the country and citizens.

Al-Khasawneh said that the latest ministerial reshuffle included entrusting the Ministries of Works and Transport with one minister, and entrusting the labor portfolio to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply; In order to conduct an objective and gradual examination and evaluation of the possibility of merging and canceling contained in the public sector modernization map on scientific grounds.

(The kingdom)

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