MP Asma El-Gammal: National projects directly benefit the citizen

MP Asma El-Gammal: National projects directly benefit the citizen
MP Asma El-Gammal: National projects directly benefit the citizen
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Representative Asmaa El-Gammal, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee in the House of Representatives, said that the development path that the Egyptian state took during the era of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi is an approach in the various countries and an inevitable necessity to keep pace with the requirements of population growth, and meet the needs of the simple citizen within the framework of raising the quality of life in the various governorates of the Republic, stressing The national projects that have been implemented and are being implemented by the Egyptian state are comprehensive development and benefit the country and the citizen.

Al-Jammal said: “What we are living today and what we are witnessing in terms of the continuation of the process of construction and development amidst international turmoil, is a dedication to the concept of comprehensive development, development in its broadest sense, which serves to accommodate the requirements of population increase and increase job opportunities, stressing that the political leadership had an insight into the projects.” Which was inaugurated, led by the new Suez Canal and other national projects that were like crossing the gate of the new republic.

She added, “The Egyptian political leadership aimed to compensate for the absence of development and investment in Egypt for decades, as the situation before 2014 had a large number of accumulated problems and challenges and a low level of basic services provided to citizens, which constituted a serious will to move and intervene immediately in order to achieve the comprehensive concept.” human rights, and this is represented in national projects or major development projects.

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This came within the framework of what President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi affirmed, that the major development projects implemented by the state do not aim to brag or show off, but rather to establish the investment environment and the necessary infrastructure to achieve comprehensive economic development that raises the standard of living of all people. – In one word – to embark on the path of modern industrialization and massive export, without the presence of the necessary elements to achieve this, including cities, roads, a transportation network, communications, technology, electricity, water, sanitation and all the components of the infrastructure, which Egypt lacked at the level required to achieve the dreams of its people of progress and prosperity.

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President El-Sisi added: “Could the electricity and energy crisis have been experienced, we all saw it, but we do not want to forget it.. 1.5 trillion pounds for electricity.. Was it possible for the Egyptian state to continue during the past seven years, when we increased 14 million, and from 2011 we increased by 20 million? Was it possible and we We have an electricity crisis. We are not developing the electricity infrastructure..I am talking about very clear questions because there are always attempts to mislead people and take them to another place. I have confidence in the people and the Egyptian people that they understand and see this..Could the Egyptian ports have a role in global trade while we In an extremely important region, through which the Suez Canal passes and 18% of world trade passes, our ports in Egypt are not ready for this development and this potential development?

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