A government report shows some 83 per cent of the cabinet decisions taken from January 2019 to September 2020 have so far been implemented.
The report on the implementation progress of the decisions of the cabinet was placed at the weekly cabinet meeting on Monday.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina presided over the meeting through a videoconference from Ganabhaban, while other cabinet members joined it from Bangladesh Secretariat, reports UNB.
According to the report, the cabinet held 48 meetings and took 427 decisions till September 2020 during the current government formed after the 2018 general election.
Out of the 427 decision, 354 (82.9 per cent) decisions have already been executed and the remaining decisions are under implementation.
The implementation rate of the cabinet decisions was 92.25 per cent in 2019, which is higher than 68.64 per cent in 2020.
The cabinet took 258 decisions in 2019 and 238 were implemented, while it took 169 decisions in 2020 (till September 30 last) and 116 were executed.
Besides, 37 laws have been enacted and 33 other laws are under the enactment process getting clearance of the Cabinet during the period starting from January 2019.
Moreover, the Cabinet approved 17 policies, guidelines, strategies and action plans as well as endorsed or ratified 19 bilateral and international agreements or protocols in the time.