Ringing in the weekend with some exciting news for all!
On Wednesday, February 5, at a meeting of the Executive Council, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai and chairman of the Dubai Executive Council announced that the fees for various government services in Dubai will be WAIVED!
This new move was put in motion by Sheikh Hamdan, in order to reduce the cost of living and to support investors as well as the practice of businesses in the city. A few of the government charges that will be abolished are medical training activities, school awareness campaigns and the entry fees to public libraries.
Furthermore, this decision also gave way to a new legislation that limits the introduction of new administrative charges to be imposed on governmental services.
In a series of tweets by the Crown Prince of Dubai, he stated that the government has further approved a medical education and research strategy in collab between colleges and health facilities
Sheikh Hamdan also conveyed that, ‘It is a government obligation to serve the people and create an environment for all to prosper, while establishing happiness as a pillar of our society…’
This decision was announced on Wednesday, February 5, at a meeting of the Executive Council members.