The Services Committee of the House of Representatives held its sixteenth meeting, during the fourth regular annual session of the fifth legislative term
The Services Committee of the House of Representatives held its sixteenth meeting, during the fourth regular annual session of the fifth legislative term, headed by His Excellency Representative Ahmed Al-Ansari, today, Monday, and in the presence of Their Excellencies the members of the Committee.
In its meeting, the committee reviewed the letter of the Inter-Parliamentary Network for Education, and a letter from the “Takaddam” parliamentary bloc regarding the government and private pension bills. The committee decided to study the two letters, respond to them, and formulate proposals regarding them.
Then the committee discussed, in the presence of representatives of the Ministry of Health, the articles returned from the draft law on mental health, accompanying Decree No. (80) of 2013, and the committee decided to agree with the delegation of the Ministry of Health on the rest of the articles of the law.
The committee also discussed the Shura Council’s decision regarding a draft law to amend Article (3) of the Social Insurance Law promulgated by Decree-Law No. (24) of 1976 (prepared in light of the proposed law - as amended - submitted by the House of Representatives, and the committee decided to approve the Shura Council’s decision .
In a related context, the committee discussed, in its meeting, the proposal for a law to amend Decree-Law No. (78) of 2006 regarding unemployment insurance, where the response of His Excellency Representative Bassem Salman Al-Maliki, and the views of the Public Authority for Social Insurance, was reviewed, and the committee decided to meet with the owner of the proposal for further clarification.
Then the committee moved to discuss the proposal with a desire to employ male and female graduates from the University of Bahrain and accredited universities inside and outside the Kingdom in all ministries of the state. on the proposal.
Then the committee discussed the proposal with a desire to install 12 doctors who passed the Arab Board exams. The views of the Ministry of Health and the Civil Service Authority were reviewed, and the committee decided to approve the proposal.