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11 Nov 2023 | Sat 15:12
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih delivered his Republic day address on Saturday morning
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih delivered his Republic day address on Saturday morning
President Solih's Republic Day address
Efforts to promote equitable access to essential services for all have been fruitful: Pres.
 
President Solih delivered his Republic day address on Saturday morning
 
Positive improvements have been brought to salaries of employees
 
Pay harmonization has benefited employees in the healthcare and education sectors

The incumbent administration’s efforts to promote equitable access to essential services for all have been fruitful, says President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih.

The president made these remarks in his address to the public in commemoration of Republic Day, on Saturday morning.

In his address, the president noted that the incumbent administration’s efforts to promote equitable access to essential services for all are visible across the country currently and that people residing across outlying islands have begun to observe the eases and benefits of it.

Shedding light on the free degrees the administration introduced for all students without discrimination, President Solih stressed that it is of utmost importance that a robust education is refined, and health services are enhanced, in order for the Maldivian republic to truly thrive.

The Maldivian leader also shed light on the positive improvements his administration has brought to salaries of employees.

Noting that the pay harmonization has benefited employees in the healthcare and education sectors, President Solih added that the government has submitted the budget for 2024 to the People’s Majlis, which includes increasing the wages of employees in judiciary, the Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF), the Maldives Police Service (MPS) and all other government and state institutions.

The administration has achieved significant strides towards equitable development across all inhabited islands in the Maldives, including enhancing the quality of life for citizens and empowering them to lead dignified lives under the capable leadership of President Solih.

The archipelago nation became a republic in 1968, after many years as a monarchy and celebrates its Republic Day on November 11 each year.

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