Government offices have been asked by the President’s office to propose any services that could result in the public paying fees or charges.
The President’s Office asked that any information regarding the matters proposed should not be made public until the Cabinet has made its final decision on the matter.
All government offices were also instructed all government offices to execute the Cabinet’s decision on the matter once the decision has been made.
The directive state that any information regarding the matters proposed the Cabinet should not be made public before the Cabinet issues a final decision on the matter.
The directive issued by the President’s Office also instruct all government departments to execute the decisions of the Cabinet once the President’s Office informs the relevant ministries of the decision.