• Supreme Legislation Committee Reviews Legislative Plan of Roads & Transport Authority
Supreme Legislation Committee Reviews Legislative Plan of Roads & Transport Authority

The General Secretariat of the Supreme Legislation Committee in the Emirate of Dubai (SLC) has actually gotten recently a high-level delegation from the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to assess the legal strategy of the RTA and go over the major jobs owning the Emirate of Dubai's comprehensive growth.

The meeting was held in line with the SLC's dedication to enhancing joint collaborate with local government agencies and promoting the exchange, enrichment, and improvement of knowledge. This makes sure the growth of legislative processes that could equal quick local and global developments and assist achieve the SLC's vision of developing a legislative system that meets present and future needs.

The RTA delegation was obtained by Dr. Mansoor Abdul Rahman Al Osaimi, Director of the Legislation Directorate at the SLC General Secretariat. Commenting on the see, Dr. Al Osaimi said: "The browse through was a suitable platform for talking about the legislative strategy of the Roadways and Carry Authority due to the fast growths experienced by Dubai as part of its efforts to place among the world's leading nations. We are devoted to sharing our successful experiences and proficiency in legal deal with all government bodies. We will certainly continuously sustain nationwide efforts to draft and apply sustainable and balanced government legislation that promotes growth and advancement."

"We eagerly anticipate functioning more challenging to boost the high quality and efficiency of legislation, for developing a modern legislative infrastructure that reacts to the demands these days and the future. We intend to promote the policy of law and superiority of legitimacy in accordance with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai," wrapped up Dr. Al Osaimi.

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