The Prime Minister of Bahrain orders the payment of employee salaries before Eid Al-Fitr
The declaration was delivered by Bahrain's Crown Prince and Prime Minister, Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, during today's weekly meeting of the Council of Ministers in Gudaibiya Palace.
At the beginning of the meeting, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, may God protect him, announced an order to pay the April salary of all government sector employees and pensioners on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. This was done so that it would coincide with the joyous Eid al-Fitr celebration.
Following that, the Council of Bahrain began a programme with the working title "from it to the top" with the intention of assisting Bahrainis in obtaining employment that demand graduate degrees. The people of Bahrain will have an easier time finding occupations that pay well and are commensurate with the degree of education they have if this happens. This is the situation, as stated in the report compiled by the Ministerial Committee for Legal and Legislative Affairs, according to the report.
After that, the Council decided the following:
The Council then reaffirmed its rejection of all provocative practises and actions that would fuel tension and instability, such as the worshippers barricading themselves in the mosque or tampering with weapons and explosives inside and outside places of worship, in an effort to stop the escalation and provide protection for worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque and religious sanctities.
First: Approval of the following notes:
1- A memorandum from the Ministerial Committee for Development and Infrastructure Projects outlining an initial decision to establish a ministerial committee to investigate the titling of municipalities, localities, highways, squares, and junctions.
2- The memorandum of the Minister of the Interior, Chairman of the Ministerial Committee for Information and Communications Technology, regarding the unified customer service guide, which aims to equip government agency customer service employees with the fundamental knowledge and skills they need to provide excellent service and further develop their skills to the point where their customers are satisfied.
3- the National Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Implementation Plan Memorandum from the Ministerial Committee for Community Services, covering the years 2023-2027.
4- a note from the Minister of Municipalities Affairs and Agriculture on the expropriation of many properties for urban renewal.
5- the report to the House of Representatives from the Ministerial Committee for Legal and Legislative Affairs about the government's response to three proposals.