President Michel Sleiman speaks during a ceremony to launch the administrative decentralization bill at Baabda Palace on Wednesday, April 2, 2014. (The Daily Star/DalatiNohra)
BEIRUT: President Michel Sleiman Tuesday ordered staff at security and inspection agencies to ensure optimal performance particularly toward the end of his term of office.
Sleiman’s instructions came during a meeting with senior officers, including General Security Director General Brig. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim, the head of the Central Inspection Bureau judge George Awwad and Supreme Disciplinary Commission judge Marwan Abboud.
The president urged the officials to “ensure optimal performance in the next phase, particularly as of May 25,” a statement from his office said.
Slieman also stressed the need to fight corruption and bring corrupt workers at ministries and public offices to justice.
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