A group that pulled out of talks designed to resolve Bahrain's political stalemate has returned to the table, but is calling for a six-month deadline to be introduced for the National Dialogue.
The Coalition of National Politi
Bahrain’s opposition has been given five weeks to decide whether it will continue participating in the National Dialogue or withdraw from the talks.
The remaining participants from the government, National Coalition (Sunni c
Opposition groups in Bahrain say they will continue to boycott the National Dialogue initiative - despite one of their top leader's release from prison, a report said.
The talks are due to resume at the Isa Cultural Centre in
Bahraini legislators have lashed out at "one-sided" comments by the UN human rights chief, who directed criticism at the country during the 24th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, a report said.
UN High Commi
A small working group has been formed to iron out key issues being discussed at Bahrain's National Dialogue, a report said.
Participants - from the government, National Assembly, opposition and the Sunni contingent - agreed to
Bahrain’s National Dialogue will resume today (August 28) with opposition groups planning to submit a list of six pre-conditions for continuing with talks, a report said.
The news has prompted concerns that the six political
Bahrain’s National Dialogue, which began in February, will resume on Wednesday (August 28) despite failing to reach consensus on any key issues before the sessions stopped for the Ramadan break, a report said.
Claims that so
The 15th session of Bahrain’s National Consensus Dialogue on a political theme will be held today, a report said.
The agreed agenda that includes a discussion on the dialogue's outcomes and a point related to equal repre
Representatives of two political societies that pulled out of the dialogue last week have made a complete U-turn and will rejoin today's talks, our sister newspaper, the Gulf Daily News reported.
Al Menbar Islamic Society and
Five societies taking part in the National Consensus Dialogue refused to endorse a document condemning ongoing street violence in Bahrain, our sister newspaper, the Gulf Daily News reported.
The opposition groups would not approve