Public Administration Reform in Egypt and Its Impact on the Egyptian Sustainable Development since 2016
Mohamed, Norhan Mohamed
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There is the necessity to localize Egypt’s development process and a need for an allocated authority or responsibility across authorities and between the center and the periphery. Also, better assessment of the capacity of sub-national jurisdictions to formulate, execute, and report programs must take place, as well as dialogue, representation and consensus building to guide the process of prioritization at the local level. Moreover, to support democratic and competitive political processes (which are key for sustainable development) a credible set of laws and regulations codifying democratic norms and rules for political competition needs to be in place. Such a framework encompasses laws and regulations that govern the political processes (Sayed, 2004). The recent efforts of the Government of Egypt are a reflection of its priorities and commitment to help citizens achieve a life characterized by dignity, freedom, and equal opportunity, ensuring that no one is left behind on the path to sustainable human development, inclusive growth and shared prosperity. Acceleration of transitioning from ideal static master plans to a dynamic set of coordinated mechanisms and continuing processes of monitoring, learning, adaption and improvement requires a global, regional and national agenda that is ambitious, innovative, flexible and dynamic, and above all, an agenda that is committed to leaving no one behind (Sayed, 2004).
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