Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah chaired a meeting on Sunday, grouping Abdullah Qadrbouh, Head of the Administrative Control Authority, and the ministers of education, transportation, and Cabinet.

The meeting addressed strategies for streamlining the approval process for government contracts and ensuring their timely completion.

Additionally, discussions centred on collaborative efforts to combat financial crime and corruption, especially after the establishment of the Financial Crime Combating Agency. 

Qadrbouh praised the initiative for its support of the Administrative Control Authority and the Public Prosecution in their anti-corruption endeavours.

The PM reaffirmed the government's commitment to adhering to regulatory frameworks governing supervisory activities, emphasizing the importance of feedback from supervisory bodies as key performance indicators for governmental operations.