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Punishing 17 employees of Al-Shaheed Ahmed Mohammed Mahdi School in Al-Ibrahimeya in Sharkia

Dr. Mamdouh Gharab, Governor of Al-Sharqiya, decided to reward 17 employees of Al-Shaheed Ahmed Mohammed Mahdi School of Education in Ibrahemia with a 3-day deduction from their salary for leaving the job.

A committee from the field monitoring department in the governorate's general office under the supervision of Abdo Salem, the director of the administration, took the sudden pass to the school, the martyr Ahmad Muhammad Mahdi. It was found that 17 school staff were not present during the visit and they left their office before the official working hours were over.

The governor stressed the need to activate the role of the follow-up committees in the field of administrative work within the scope of the district department to tighten control and control of workers, and provide the best services to citizens and to achieve discipline in the work.

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