Civil Service Reform in Egypt: Between Efficiency and Social Peace

Source: Carnegie Endowment
Author(s): Amr Adly

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Since its election in January, the Egyptian Parliament approved with no notable modification more than three hundred legislations that were passed between 2013 and 2015. The only exception made was the “civil service law” that President al-Sisi had already issued as a regulatory framework to reform and to restructure the state’s administrative apparatus, and improve its efficiency. This law was intended to pave the way – at least partially – to reduce the state administration’s financial burden by increasing opportunities for early retirement and resignations, and restricting leaves of absence…

This was originally published in Arabic in Al-Shorouk.

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