Rased report assesses Khasawneh government's performance

12-06-2024 04:28 PM

Ammon News - The Al Hayat Center (Rased) released an assessment report on performance of Bisher Khasawneh's cabinet, three and a half years after its formation.

The report highlights the government's progress on 884 commitments across four main programs: The indicative executive program (2021-2024), the economic priorities program (2021-2023), the Economic Modernization Vision (2023-2025), and the public sector modernization plan (2022-2025).

The Economic Modernization Vision (2023-2025) featured 554 commitments, with 18 percent completed, 9 percent yet to begin, 68 percent in progress, and 5 percent canceled. Among those in progress, 14 percent were classified as implemented at a high level, 41 percent at a moderate level, and 45 percent at a low level.

Meanwhile, the public sector modernization plan outlined 101 priorities for 2023 and 2024, with 33 percent completed, 6 percent yet to begin, 58 percent in progress, and 3 percent canceled. Implementation levels were classified as 24 percent high, 27 percent moderate, and 49 percent low.

The government's indicative executive program (2021-2024) involved 79 commitments, with 56 percent completed, 9 percent yet to start, and 35 percent in progress. Of those being implemented, 46 percent were at a high level, 39 percent at a moderate level, and 14 percent at a low level.

The economic priorities program (2021-2023) featured 160 commitments, with 65 percent completed, 5 percent yet to start, and 30 percent in progress. High-level implementation accounted for 46 percent, moderate-level for 44 percent, and low-level for 10 percent.

The report also tracked activities of Khasawneh's government members over three and a half years. Field activities numbered 5,836, making up 54 percent of total activities, while office activities numbered 4,892, representing 46 percent.

During this period, the Khasawneh government issued 1,174 decisions. Legislative reform topped the list at 29 percent of decisions, followed by financial and economic matters at 21 percent, administrative issues at 20 percent, development and services, and appointments each at 9 percent, and international agreements and treaties at 2 percent. Petra

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