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Shura Council: Discussion of two draft laws on insurance and military retirement completed, representatives of competent authorities invited

28 Dec, 2021 09:50 AMAl Sharq Newspaper, Gulf TimesIntended Audience
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The Shura Council held yesterday its weekly meeting, under the chairmanship of the Speaker HE Hassan bin Abdullah Al Ghanim.

At the beginning of the session, HE the Secretary-General of the Shura Council, Dr Ahmed bin Nasser Al Fadhala, read out the agenda of the session, and the minutes of the previous session were approved.

During the session, HE the vice-chairman of the joint committee formed by the Legal and Legislative Affairs, and the Financial and Economic Affairs committees of the Council, Mohamed bin Youssef Al Mana, briefed the members of the Council on what was studied and discussed regarding the two draft laws on social insurance and military retirement, during the committees six meetings.

HE Al Mana explained that the committee had finished discussing the two draft laws and raised questions and observations about them, as the committee decided to invite representatives of the competent authorities to discuss these questions and observations with them, and to clarify all the aspects of the two draft laws.

In this context, HE the Speaker pointed out the importance of the two draft laws, and the great importance they represent to citizens, praising the work of the committee and its keenness to study and discuss the two draft laws in detail, based on the commitment of the Council to pursuing the interests of citizens and to meet their aspirations.

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