Nicaragua: Public Processes will be Simplified

The legislation that intends to simplify and expedite all the procedures of the public sector has passed to the National Assembly for its approval.

Monday, June 8, 2009

The initiative, which is based on the experience of the implementation of the ‘Ventanilla Única de Inversiones,’ already was approved by the Commission on Production, Economy and Budget, and mainly seeks to diminish the time and the costs designated for public processes.

La highlighted the comments of the president of the Commission, Wálmaro Gutiérrez: "We seek the simplification and improvement of the procedures throughout the public sector in order to permit and guarantee a greater ease between the user and the public administrator."

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