"Agrarian Reform" responds to the demands of 51 families in Aswan and approves the mechanism of administrative housing in Kom Ombo

The Board of Directors of the General Authority for Agrarian Reform, headed by Dr. Ezzeddine Abu Setit, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, decided to approve 8 public benefit projects in the governorates of Alexandria, Sharkia, Arabiya, Lake and Dakahlia, on the land of agricultural reform after paying their value according to the assessment of the Supreme Committee for Land Valuation.

The list of projects approved for the allocation of space, 5 schools, youth center, veterinary unit and central, within the framework of the state plan and meet the needs of the community and facilitate the provision of services to citizens.

The Council approved the adoption of public auctions for the sale of land, the mandate of the Agrarian Reform Authority, which was implemented by the General Authority for Government Services, which achieved a return of 92 million, 53 thousand and 134 pounds in several provinces to increase resources in the treasury of the state.

The Board of Directors adopted 33 minutes of counting and counting according to the counting projects approved by experts of the Ministry of Justice according to the applicable rules.

Dr. Hassan al-Fooli, director of the Public Authority for Agrarian Reform, said that the Board of Directors responded urgently to the request of 51 families of Kom Ombo in Aswan Governorate, and a mechanism was found to deal with the administrative housing complex and the space surrounding it as it lost the administrative housing status at the end of the purpose for which it was allocated In which it will put in place a mechanism for implementation according to the law, benefiting 51 families of Kom Ombo Center, pointing out that this comes within the framework of the interest of the Ministry and the Authority in Upper Egypt and for the maintenance of public money and good exploitation.

Al-Fawli pointed out that this will affect all administrative houses of the Commission's mandate for good exploitation and to maximize the revenues of the state and to maintain public money.