Bahrain’s His Majesty King Hamad will open the new-look National Assembly today (December 14) at 3pm, marking the start of its four-year legislative term, a report said.
Forty elected MPs and another 40 appointed Shura Counc
Bahrain has approved a new law regulating the use, promotion and marketing of breast milk substitutes, a report said.
The draft, presented by the Ministerial Committee for Legal Affairs, details the standards and specifications of
A session of the Bahrain National Dialogue was cancelled yesterday (September 4) after a "no-show" by opposition societies, a report said.
Government, independent (National Assembly members) and the National Coalition re
Bahrain will "forcefully confront" protests called for later this week, and has issued a warning to those behind planned demonstrations that they would be punished, said HRH Prime Minister Sheikh Khalifa bin Salman al-Khalifa.
Bahrain is resolved to confront all forms of terror, the Prime Minister declared yesterday, calling for concerted efforts to foil attempts to drag the nation into a cauldron of sabotage and terrorism, a report said.
HRH Prince Kha
New steps to confront terrorism and street violence in Bahrain were highlighted by a top official during a visit to the Interior Ministry by HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
Interior Minister Lieutena
Work on the new multimillion dinar National Assembly complex at Al Fateh Corniche in Bahrain will begin in July next year, a report said.
Reclamation work on an artificial 100,000 sq m (10 hectare) island is already ongoing at the
Work on Bahrain’s new landmark National Assembly will start by July next, according to directives issued by HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.
The Premier instructed authorities concerned as he reviewed
A royal decree that would unify the salaries, allowances and incentives of all civil servants was almost blocked for the second time by Bahrain’s Shura Council yesterday.
Its voting process was thwarted by council chairman A
Bahrain is to pump millions into an extra housing budget to slash the waiting list for government homes.
The pledge came from His Majesty King Hamad as he reopened the National Assembly on Sunday, following the summer recess.