Manama : His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa the Prime Minister issued four edicts appointing directors in the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Information Affairs and the Civil Service Bureau.
Edict 19/2019 stipulated the appointment of Ibrahim Ali Abdulrahman Burshaid as Director for Secondary Education and Mohammed Ghanim Zayed Ghanim as Director for Human Resources in the Ministry of Education, tasking the Minister of Education to implement this Edict effective from the date of issuance, and to be published on the Official Gazette.
Edict 20/2017 stipulated the appointment of Dr. Mona Yaqoub Yousef Al Gauz as Director for the Directorate of Accreditation and Licensing in the Ministry of Education, tasking the Minister of Education to implement this Edict effective from the date of issuance, and to be published on the Official Gazette.
Edict 21/2017 stipulated the appointment of Sami Ibrahim Higris as Director for Media Office and Fatima Jaffar Al Sairafi as Director for Strategic Planning in the Ministry of Information Affairs, tasking the Minister of Information Affairs to implement this Edict effective from the date of issuance, and to be published on the Official Gazette.
Edict 22/2017 stipulated the appointment of Mohammed Saleh Ahmed Al Dawood as Director for Human Resources Development in the Civil Service Bureau, tasking the president of the Civil Service Bureau to implement this Edict effective from the date of issuance, and to be published on the Official Gazette.
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