Over 5300 citizens registered to attend “Together We Progress” Forum in second edition

5,314 citizens registered to attend the “Together We Progress” Forum in its second edition.

Muscat: 5,314 male and female citizens expressed their desire to attend the “Together We Progress” Forum in its second edition scheduled to be held next February, including 65 percent males and 35 percent females, and registration for the forum is witnessing a wide community demand.

The number of people registered to attend the dialogue sessions on the second day of the forum reached 3,301 people, and the “Youth Sector Development” session topped the list of selected sessions with 52 percent, followed by the “Work and Employment in the Macroeconomic System” session with 31 percent, and then the “Media and National Identity” session by 17 percent.

The registration rate of citizens in Muscat Governorate is the highest among the governorates at 41 percent, with registered bachelor’s degree holders representing the highest rate at 50 percent, and workers in the public sector constituted 48 percent of the total number of those wishing to attend the forum.

The “Together We Progress” forum, organized by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, is considered one of the most important national events that brings together citizens and decision-makers on a constructive dialogue platform to discuss the issues that were voted on, with broad societal participation of more than 4,600 Omani citizens.

According to the public’s choice, the forum will discuss topics that are among the government’s most important priorities, namely developing the youth sector, media and national identity, and work and employment in the macroeconomic system.

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