Royal directives roadmap for growth, prosperity, says Shura Chairman

 

Shura Council Chairman, Ali bin Saleh Al Saleh, said His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa has put down solid foundations for advanced legislative work in the Kingdom of Bahrain. He praised the royal reform approach which laid the bases of democracy and modern state. He commended the unflinching royal support to the legislative branch which enabled it to perform its national role in passing legislation and modernizing laws in tune with the kingdom’s growth.

 

Following a meeting today with HM the King during which HM was presented with the report of the committee in charge of replying to the royal address at the opening of the third session of the fifth legislative term, the Shura Council Chairman described the royal addresses as roadmaps for Bahrain’s growth and prosperity. He commended the comprehensive royal vision and valuable directives to promote the development march and boost the kingdom’s growth and prosperity.

 

The Shura Council Chairman praised the royal directives as a beacon for the legislative branch to achieve the royal aspirations, promote the national legislation system and preserve achievements. He stressed that citizens are the real asset of the nation and the pivot of sustainable development.

 

The Shura Council Chairman expressed utmost pride in meeting HM the King and listening to his directives. He stressed that the royal directives are an incentive to multiply efforts and build on previous legislative achievements brought about over 19 years. He also affirmed continuous cooperation between the legislative branch and the government led by His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince and Prime Minister.

 

The Shura Council Chairman commended keen interest of HRH the Crown Prince and Prime Minister in bolstering cooperation between the executive and legislative branches. He praised his continued directives to the ministers and officials to promote constructive dialogue and cooperation to reach a consensus on national issues.

 

 

Source: Bahrain News Agency

 

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