Under the instructions of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the government is taking steps to carry out a 180-day action plan that will address around 260 major public issues.
The plan was a key item on the agenda of the latest Cabinet meeting.
At the meeting, held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, the ministers submitted their project proposals to the Undersecretariat of the Prime Ministry. However, after too many projects were submitted for the 180-day plan, the ministers were instructed to "limit their proposals to only 10 items."
According to reports, the projects that will be considered on a prioritized basis include, "Projects that are important for citizens which are likely to be realized in a short time and will bring immediate relief to society." In other words, the action plan will touch the lives of average citizens with every article, from beginning to end, while projects that will bring immediate results or comprehensive change will be considered.
The ministers brought their revised projects to the meeting, held under the chairmanship of the undersecretary of the Prime Ministry, with all undersecretaries in attendance. Now, the Ministry will decide the items that are to be included in the action plan.
The plan will then be submitted to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for his approval. The 180-day action plan, once it takes its final form, will likely be put into action after July 15.
According to the revised format, the action plan will include some 260 projects, including 10 for each of the 26 ministries as well as the deputy prime ministers.
The government will then carry out these projects within a six-month period, taking important steps in various areas including the economy, trade and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Previously, President Erdoğan had instructed all Ministries to prepare a short-term action plan, in attempts to resolve local issues that may have accumulated over time.
He had also indicated that the 180-day action plan will seek immediate solutions to different problems facingTurkish citizens, saying that the works will continue until the 2019 elections.
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