Saudi emirs urged to monitor ministries’ performance
The emirs would monitor the implementation of development projects in their provinces and report to a committee any shortcomings
Governorates throughout the kingdom have been asked to closely monitor the performance of ministries and report any shortcomings, local daily Al-Watan reported on Monday.
Informed sources said the Royal Court committee to follow up and supervise the government projects has asked the emirs of the provinces to observe the activities of ministries in their respective regions and report back.
The sources said the emirs would monitor the implementation of development projects in their provinces and report to the committee any shortcomings.
They said the emirs would communicate to the committee their views regarding the performance of each ministry.
The sources said the governorates would provide the committee with periodical reports about the performance of the ministries so that it moves quickly to rectify any shortcomings.
The committee was established under the directives of King Abdullah to monitor the development and service projects of each ministry or government department.
The committee will report to the Supreme Authority any uncooperative ministry or government department.
This story was originally posted on the Saudi Gazette on Jan. 5, 2015.