Egypt's PM reviews incentives for public servants to be relocated to New Administrative Capital

MENA , Monday 22 Jun 2020

Egypt's Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly gestures during a news conference in Cairo, Egypt June 22, 2020. (Photo: Al-Ahram)

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly chaired on Monday a meeting to review incentives to be provided for public servants, who will be relocated to the New Administrative Capital.

The meeting was attended by Finance Minister Mohamed Maait and Planning Minister Hala el Saeed.

The incentives include granting all public servants a transport allowance and allocating social housing units for them in Badr City, Madbouly said.

State employees can pay the price of the housing unit over a span of 10 years as facilitation, the prime minister said, adding that there are other housing units in the residential district in the New Administrative Capital.

The planning and finance ministers, meanwhile, reviewed details of the incentives to be announced very soon, in addition to measures taken to offer other services, including schools, hospitals, and clubs. 

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