Morocco, Lebanon sign MoU on public administration modernization
Morocco and Lebanon signed, on Monday in Beirut, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the modernization of public administration and human resources reinforcement.
The memo was inked by minister delegate to the head of government in charge of civil service and public administration modernization Mohamed Moubdii and Lebanon's minister for administrative reform Nabil de Freige.
The agreement, which spans one year, seeks to establish a cooperation framework based on issues of shared interest.
Under the agreement, the two parties agree to devise joint programs on organizational and legal studies, modernization of civil service laws and promotion of governance, transparency and enhancement of human resources.
As for the agreement implementation, the two sides will appoint a supervision committee made of two representatives of each ministry who will meet once a year.
MAP 30 March 2015