The worst and best UAE government services will be ranked

The worst to be shamed, and the best to be celebrated
ByMira Matar Monday , 01 July 2019
The worst and best UAE government services will be ranked
© Instagram/H.H Sheikh Mohammed

HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, took to twitter to announce that starting today, 600 goverment services in the UAE are going to be assessed for their quality and will be ranked best and worst based on who is shining and who is not meeting expectations. 

HH Sheikh Mohammed gave a sharp warning to officials by saying: "we will not be satisfied with anything less than the top position worldwide in our services and facilities." 

This initiative comes up after the Ruler of Dubai criticised poor standards at a government service centre in April and promised to remove staff who are not performing well.

Also, the Khaleej Times took to twitter create a poll asking tweeps what they look for when visiting a government service centre in the UAE. 

Results will be announced on September 14, 2019. 

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