Ministers, presidents of autonomous communities, and other national bodies participated in signing the agreement. / courtesy.
More than 90 state agencies signed an interagency cooperation agreement on regulatory improvement on Monday to attract and encourage investment in the country.
In a tweet, the Office for Regulatory Improvement (OMR) said the document aims to simplify procedures, work in concert with other state agencies, and eliminate unnecessary requirements to “improve the quality of regulation in the administration.” indicated that
Under the agreement, the government will establish a National Commission for Regulatory Improvement and a National Astronomical Observatory for Regulatory Improvement. OMR indicates that a total of 995 procedures were evaluated, 310 of which correspond exclusively to the Ministry of Health.
The signing was attended by heads of education, agriculture and livestock, tourism, economy and housing, as well as the Presidents of the Development Bank of El Salvador (Bandesar), the Lempa River Executive Committee (CEL) and the National Administration. . Water and Sewerage Authority (ANDA), and El Salvador Water Authority (ASA).
“Thanks to the signing of the Inter-Agency Cooperation Agreement, we will be able to implement cooperation mechanisms to provide, facilitate and establish an accurate exchange of information,” pointed out ASA President Jorge Castaneda.