Major General Abdel Majeed Saqr, Governor of Suez, held a meeting today to discuss the start of work on the shop licensing system and overcoming any obstacles that impede the work of the system to serve citizens.
This came in the presence of Dr. Abdullah Ramadan, Deputy Governor of Suez, Mr. Khaled Saadawi, Secretary General of the Governorate, Brigadier General Ehab Serageldin, Assistant Secretary General of the Governorate, and Colonel Ramy Saad, Director General of the Suez Governor’s Office.
During the meeting, the governor of Suez listened to heads of neighborhoods and directors of engineering departments at the district level about the obstacles and problems facing the work of the licensing system at the level of each district.
Emphasizing, the heads of neighborhoods should communicate with citizens to submit their papers and complete their files and documents related to their requests to obtain licenses for the required shops and reconcile their conditions and stabilize many applicants with their requests, and work to motivate them to apply for licenses to obtain their licenses in the legal form and benefit from the facilities provided to complete the files submitted within the framework of the law to correct situation and stabilization.
The governor of Suez decided to work on the unified shop licensing unit (located in Ataka district) and to cancel all licensing units at the neighborhood level, in order to unify the point of dealing with citizens.
The governorate calls on the citizens not to deal with any party or person regarding the licensing of public shops other than the aforementioned central unit, in order to ensure that citizens are not under the hands of the corrupt and exploiters.
In the meeting, it was emphasized that an inventory of all shop licenses in the neighborhoods was made, and also a statement of the total number of shops in the neighborhoods in the name of each neighborhood, its activity and the place it is located in, and a two-month period was given to all the shops in Suez, including those that have an old license to reconcile their conditions and go to the licensing unit in the neighborhood Ataqah to obtain a license for the shop, and whoever does not apply for a license for his own shop, the shop will be closed and the necessary records will be made. Campaigns are prepared by the licensing unit in coordination with the neighborhoods, by passing through the entire shops within a period of two months, and continuous follow-up to complete the procedures for obtaining the license.