Presidential Council Implements Major Decision-Making Reform

Presidential Council Implements Major Decision-Making Reform

In a pivotal meeting this Tuesday, members of the Presidential Council have agreed upon a significant change in their decision-making process.

Henceforth, for matters of utmost importance such as the appointment of the Prime Minister, the formation of the Government, the composition of the Provisional Electoral Council, as well as appointments to General Directorates, a majority of five votes will be required, as opposed to the previous four.

This initiative marks a significant turning point in the country’s governance, showcasing an increased desire for consensus and widespread approval for key choices.

A high-ranking source within the Council indicated that this decision aims to bolster the legitimacy and representativeness of decisions made, thus paving the way towards a more inclusive and transparent governance structure.


Translate »