Every day, Abdul Qader receives requests for driving licenses and automobile registrations.
The ink on the official papers has run out in the Traffic Management Authority’s public facility, which has halted transaction tracking.
The mound of paperwork that was on the order table has vanished.
The offices and passageways that were once packed are now deserted, save for instructions whose presence no longer makes sense.
The failure to approve the general budget impedes the restoration of public order at the public utility.
The interest has pledged to reopen its doors, but the solution will not be long-term.
And the loss of the resources for completing transactions would bring back the scenario of citizen disappearance…