Sheikh Hamdan unveils new leaders appointments in Dubai government entities
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince and Chairman of the Executive Council of Dubai, has announced significant leadership changes within various Dubai government departments.
These appointments, approved by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, reflect a strategic move to enhance the efficiency and performance of government services.
Marwan Ahmed bin Ghalaita, currently serving as the Executive Director of the Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA), will take on the additional role of Director-General of the Dubai Land Department. This dual responsibility positions him to play a crucial role in shaping and overseeing real estate matters in Dubai.
Mohammed Abdulla Linjawi assumes the role of Director-General of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority, contributing his expertise to the aviation sector. His appointment underscores the commitment to further develop and enhance the performance of civil aviation in Dubai.
Aisha Abdulla Meeran, appointed as the Director-General of the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in Dubai, is entrusted with fostering educational excellence and human development initiatives in the emirate. This position reflects the importance placed on education and human capital development within the vision for Dubai's future.
Dr. Saif Ghanem Al Suwaidi, the newly appointed Director-General of Dubai Courts, is tasked with leading and managing the judicial sector. His role is vital in ensuring the effective functioning of the legal system and upholding justice in Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan expressed his wishes for the success of the newly appointed leaders in their endeavors to serve Dubai and its people. He emphasized the importance of preserving past achievements and outlined the commitment to closely monitor and support their efforts to elevate government services to new heights, aligning with the ambitious goals set for the emirate's development.