Following discussions at the first Cabinet meeting held today, the Cabinet has decided to initiate the implementation of the First 100 Days’ Goals set by President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih. The decision was made following discussions on the papers detailing the First 100 Days’ programme.

Discussions were also held on the rapid assessments conducted by the transition office, to determine the current status of government institutions. Members deliberated on the current budget and forecasted budget set for the operation of Ministries and State enterprises, and the rules and regulations set for the institutions.

Moreover, discussions were held on the special programmes currently being undertaken by the government institutions and those planned for the future, and national level programmes being conducted by the institutions. The Cabinet also discussed extensively, on ways to resolve the challenges highlighted in the findings of the transitional committees.

At today’s meeting, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih urged all members of the Cabinet to steer away from any form of corruption, in executing their respective mandates. He also urged his Cabinet members to put in every effort towards achieving his “First 100 Days’ Goals”.

First 100 days of President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih’s Administration

Source: Presidency Maldives