SEC reviews Sharjah government’s 2017 fiscal year report

SHARJAH, 1st May, 2018 (WAM) — H.H. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Crown Prince and Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and Chairman of the Sharjah Executive Council, SEC, chaired a meeting held, on Tuesday, at the Office of the Ruler in Sharjah.

During the meeting, the SEC discussed several key governance issues and reviewed the infrastructure development projects and the development of various fields in order to provide a decent life for citizens and residents in the emirate of Sharjah.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud Al Qasimi, Head of the Central Finance Department and the team preparing the report from the department’s staff, presented the final report for the fiscal year 2017 to the government of Sharjah. It comprised a comparison of expenses and revenues to government agencies, the final account of the central, decentralised departments and independent bodies, and a comparison of their expenses and revenues.

Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Director-General of Sharjah’s Department of eGovernment, presented the services and projects, which are being implemented in the coming years.

The Council was briefed on a draft resolution on the organisation of social professions in the emirate of Sharjah.

The Council approved a schedule of fees for services of the Sharjah Health Authority for financial transactions of health facilities in the emirate.

Abdullah Sultan Al Owais, Chairman of the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, presented the amendments to the Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry Law, which includes a number of items to expand the scope of the chamber’s work inside and outside the country. It contributes to enhancing its role and developing its programmes to achieve the main objectives of the movement of trade and economy in the emirate.

Concluding the meeting, the Council further reviewed the agenda of the Sharjah Consultative Council 16th meeting, to be held on 3rd May, 2018, to discuss the policy on a law on the regulation of rangelands in the emirate of Sharjah and the report of the Committee on Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security Affairs and Public Utilities, as well as draft recommendations of the Advisory Council on the Sharjah Airport Authority policy.


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