Government cutting red tape to expedite municipal transfers

The government is preparing a legislative regulation in order to expedite the transfer of about 4,000 municipal employees, in order to achieve the bailout goal of …

The government is preparing a legislative regulation in order to expedite the transfer of about 4,000 municipal employees, in order to achieve the bailout goal of 25,000 suspended public sector employees.

According to the draft bill submitted by the Ministry of Administrative Reform, Municipalities may transfer employees to one another without the direct involvement of the Supreme Council for Civil Personnel Selection (ASEP) in order to complete procedures.

The new regulations will concern voluntary mobility, for which there are about 4,800 applications currently submitted to cover vacant posts in Municipalities across the country.

Interested public sector employees must simply submit a formal request to the body they wish to transfer to and within three days of the dead line, the relevant municipality will issue a transfer decision. ASEP will be limited to approving transfers after their completion.

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