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During a visit to the “Nawab Locality”… the Governor of the Red Sea reviews the achievements of the recent period


Major General Amr Hanafi, Governor of the Red Sea, reviewed the details of the achievements made during the recent period in the governorate, particularly with regard to the tourism file.

This happened during his meeting with the delegation of the Local Administration Committee of the House of Representatives, led by Engineer Ahmed Al-Sajini, at the general office of the governorate, at the start of the committee’s visit to the governorate to inspect development and service projects and determine the needs of the governorate.

During a visit to the “Nawab Locality”... the Governor of the Red Sea reviews the achievements of the recent period

The governor of the Red Sea highlighted the creation of several tourist promenades, as well as the development of public beaches, stressing that a strategic plan of development operations had been developed.

He stressed that the recent period has seen the implementation of numerous tourism service projects.

Major General Amr Hanafy stressed that the ongoing development movements in the Red Sea governorate, with the support of President Sissi, concern the governorate in general and Hurghada in particular, as it is one of the tourist destinations the most important in the world. .

For his part, Ahmed Al-Sajini, chairman of the Local Administration Committee in the House of Representatives, confirmed that field visits constitute one of the parliamentary tools to evaluate the efforts of the governorate, as well as based on requests for information submitted by certain members of the governorate. House of Representatives of the governorate, concerning a number of problems.

Al-Sajini pointed out that the most important issues presented to the Local Administration Committee of the Red Sea Governorate were excessive fees for facilities, as well as duplication of mission fees in notified contracts.

The Chairman of the Local Administration Committee of the House of Representatives said: We hope that urbanization in the Red Sea Governorate will develop further in the development plans, especially since it is about one of the promising governorates.

For his part, Major General Mohamed Al-Bandari, Secretary General of Alexandria Governorate, reviewed the investment projects, noting that the total cost of the projects reached approximately 16 billion pounds since the General of Amr Hanafi division took office as governor.

The secretary general of the governorate confirmed that the projects carried out by the Red Sea are diverse depending on the nature of each region, such as tourism, oil and others, indicating the effort to increase internal resources.

For her part, Representative Rehab Al-Ghoul, member of the House of Representatives, presented the problem of the inefficiency of the Qena-Hurghada road due to flooding, which negatively affects the transportation process to and from the governorate of the Red Sea.

Major General Amr Hanafi, Governor of the Red Sea, said the matter had been submitted to the Minister of Transport and he had promised to resolve the crisis within 6 months, saying: We are wholeheartedly alongside citizens, but the problem lies in the high costs. of paving operations, which reach around 7 million per kilometer.

Engineer Ahmed Al-Sijini, Chairman of the Local Administration Committee in the House of Representatives, called for revealing the amount of the governorate’s own resources as well as the general state budget allocations.

The head of the parliamentary locality addressed the issue of reconciliation in building violations, emphasizing that there are presidential directives to facilitate and simplify reconciliation procedures.

He pointed out that the reasons for the decline in the volume of requests for reconciliation in building violations are due to the loss of trust, especially since old requests have not been resolved.

For his part, Representative Muhammad Al-Husseini, Undersecretary of the Local Administration Committee in the House of Representatives, highlighted the importance of working to maximize revenues, relying on advanced thinking, which contributes to increase state resources.

He indicated the committee’s availability to assist the Red Sea governorate in providing all the needs necessary for the implementation of the investment plan.

For her part, Sanaa Al-Saeed, member of the House of Representatives, praised the great interest of the Red Sea governorate in the development of Halayeb and Shalatin, stressing that this is an important step, especially after serious negligence for years.

In response to the representative’s question on whether unemployment exists, the Red Sea governor confirmed that there is no unemployment, saying: The governorate rather provides employment opportunities to those who come from other governorates such as Upper Egypt.

Amr Darwish, Secretary of the Local Administration Committee at the House of Representatives, confirmed that the Red Sea Governorate has many components and capacities that allow it to increase its own resources.

He explained that road connections between governorates are important in sustainable development processes, particularly in border areas.

Saudi Arabia’s Abdul Rahman, a member of the House of Representatives’ Local Administration Committee, stressed the importance of facilitating reconciliation procedures in cases of building violations.

Representative Sayed Qasim, a member of the House of Representatives from the Red Sea governorate, confirmed that there is a boom in housing projects, but that these are average housing units and offered for auction, while there is no social housing.

He stressed that since 2019, no social housing project has been carried out, although the governorate has made more than 5 plots of land available to the Ministry of Housing in order to implement social housing projects.

The MP discussed the water crisis in the governorate, noting that there are two desalination plants in Safaga and Qusayr which are ready but need to be operated.

Representative Sayed Qasim stressed the importance of resolving the problem of the Red Sea governorate which receives 6 million pounds per month for electricity for the benefit of Halayeb and Shalatin.

The parliamentary delegation inspected the control center of the National Emergency and Public Security Network in the Red Sea governorate.

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