• Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs Organises Visit to the Consultative Council of Sharjah
Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs Organises Visit to the Consultative Council of Sharjah

The Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (MFNCA) organised a visit to the Consultative Council of Sharjah as component of its efforts to boost institutional efficiency and develop interaction and also cooperation between federal government entities with similar tasks and operations.

Headed by His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of State for FNC Affairs, the delegation consisted of H.E. Dr Saeed Al Ghafli, the Ministry’s Assistant Undersecretary for FNC Affairs, along with a number of senior officials, heads of departments, and staff members from the Ministry.

The visit intends to develop communication between organizations across the UAE that converge in the nature of their work as well as the tasks they carry out, advertise participation among them, as well as locate common ground between the different bodies. The check out likewise supplies a possibility to contrast in between the functions executed by the MFNCA and those carried out by the divisions of the Consultative Council in Sharjah - especially with regards to sychronisation between the Federal National Council and also the UAE government.

Additionally, the visit enabled the Ministry's delegation to explore just how the Consultative Council functions as well as just how its participants reach out to the residents of the emirate to establish their demands and also goals and also bring them to the Council to be talked about. The delegates were also introduced to the existing operations in the Council, so they could draw from them to create the Ministry's operations, along with the communication networks set by the Council to interact with the neighborhood, determine obstacles as well as concerns and also suggest appropriate options for them.

H.E. Tariq Lootah said: "Since its establishment, the Consultative Council of Sharjah efficiently moved in the direction of management as well as quality in its work, giving an instance to be complied with to make sure a corporate atmosphere helpful of excellence. The Council established a distinct job system that mirrors the instructions of the UAE leadership, and also assists reinforce legislative life in the UAE."

" The Council is an introducing institution that has created its very own specific devices to work out legislative work, interact with UAE residents as well as address their problems," H.E. Lootah noted, including: "Today's check out belongs to our initiatives to assist in the exchange of expertise and also proficiency within the federal government, uncover best techniques, and improve procedures, based on the tactical purposes of the Ministry of State for FNC Matters, which look for to maintain the drive to quality and also innovation in performance."

His Excellency Ahmed Saeed Al Jarwan, Secretary General of the Consultative Council of Sharjah, insisted the Council's commitment to accepting the Ministry of Federal National Council Matters as well as exchanging technical experience across all sectors. "The Council's Secretariat General is committed to executing the Council's strategy, sustaining its participants in all legal and also surveillance matters, and also maintaining a professional network where all entities as well as departments unite, allowing Council members to remain aware of every detail of the situations before them, as well as accomplish quality in government efficiency according to international ideal methods," H.E. Al Mulla said.

The visiting delegation was introduced to the current modern technologies and the very best techniques to embed innovation into the office, which sustains the advancement of human capital and guarantees the highest levels of high quality as well as quality in government work.

The go to is as part of a series organised by the Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs to several establishments as well as government entities in an effort to boost teamwork and facilitate the exchange of knowledge and also know-how between all entities to the advantage of the country and its citizens.




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