Cabinet Adopts Tablets during Paperless Meeting

Under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli, the cabinet held its meeting on Wednesday with the introduction of a tablet in front of each minister.

As an alternative to paper, the tablet includes the meeting’s agenda as well as a personal profile of each minister, and the presentations of other ministers.

In a step aimed at achieving a new model of managing governmental meetings, the tablet can increase efficiency and enhance communication.

The new experience will improve discussions between the Premier and the Ministers on the topic’s technical aspects and files being examined at the meeting.

Meanwhile, Madbouli praised the mega national projects inaugurated by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in Ismailia governorate, which reflected the efforts exerted by the state to achieve sustainable development in the Sinai and the Suez governorates.

“The inauguration of the Suez Canal tunnels is a clear message to the whole world that Egypt put Sinai development on its agenda,” Mabdouli stressed, adding that the state continues to implement projects, in this region, with investments exceeding EGP 800 billion, up until 2020.

Contributed by: Taarek Refaat

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