Friday 04 September 2020
The Media Center of the Council of Ministers confirmed that what was reported on some websites and social media pages about the government’s intention to extend the period of reconciliation in some building violations for a new period is unfounded.
He explained in the report clarifying the facts, Friday, that the Council of Ministers completely denied these reports, stressing that it is not correct to extend the period of reconciliation in some construction violations to a new period, explaining that the period that the law granted to those who violate reconciliation will end on September 30, and no request will be accepted. New reconciliation after the expiration of this period.
The Cabinet stressed that reconciliation will not be accepted in any new violations, with the aim of stopping the phenomenon of random construction and preserving agricultural lands.
In a related context, specialized units will be established to follow up on violations, and these units work to enable the state to monitor any building in violation, where the case is studied through the central unit, and to deal immediately with it, provided that the system is supported by the tablet to expedite reporting the violation, and that. In a period not exceeding 48 hours and remove them immediately.
He appealed to all media outlets and social media users to be accurate and objective in publishing news and to communicate with the concerned authorities to make sure before publishing information that is not based on any facts and leads to confusion of public opinion and raises the concern of citizens.