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Quality of Life on Debate

TDT | Manama                                                    

The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com

Bahrain’s Parliament is set to convene its tenth regular meeting today, focusing on the pressing issue of the declining quality of life experienced by Bahraini citizens. The session aims to address the concerns raised by the public and explore potential solutions to improve the overall well-being of the population.

At the center of the session’s agenda is the parliamentary investigation committee’s report on the declining living standards of Bahraini citizens. The report, previously postponed for a month to allow for comprehensive analysis, will be reviewed by the parliament members.

The findings of the report will be discussed, and parliamentarians will propose potential measures to address the underlying causes of the decline in quality of life. Recognising the importance of transparency and accountability, the parliament aims to engage in open dialogue and inclusive discussions.

The session will provide an opportunity for parliament members to voice citizens’ concerns, as well as to propose reforms and policies that can positively impact the well-being of the population.

Legislative reforms

In addition to addressing citizens’ concerns, the session will also consider legislative reforms aimed at fostering economic growth and creating a favorable business environment.

Proposed amendments to laws governing key sectors, such as the Bahrain Petroleum Company and the tourism industry, will be reviewed. The objective is to enhance operational efficiency, maximise economic contributions, and attract visitors to Bahrain. Furthermore, general discussions on crucial topics will take place during the session.

These discussions will cover the government’s policy regarding the provision of services in the Northern Governorate, with a focus on ensuring equal access to government services and addressing any existing disparities. Another topic of discussion will be the government’s plans to address financial losses incurred by subsidiaries of the Mumtalakat Company, aiming to identify strategies to mitigate losses and safeguard financial stability.