Cabinet ministers convened this Monday for an information and discussion session on policies to achieve the first 100-day agenda.
President’s Office reports the session was attended by President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and Vice President Faisal Naseem.
The office reports the Cabinet was briefed on the first 100-day agenda, and strategies and policies to ensure its success.
The Cabinet ministers discussed the strategies and completing tasks within the deadline, reports the President’s Office.
The Cabinet ministers were also briefed on decisions which require consultation with the Parliament and ethical standards expected of the Cabinet.
President Solih has made a number of pledges for his first 100 days in office; which includes lowering electricity fees, free higher education up to first-degree, and breakfast for students at public schools.
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