The assistant professor at the College of Law, Dr. Saqr Eid Al-Ruwais, referred to the decisions regulating the Student Council
The Deanship of Student Affairs at the University of Bahrain organized a remote workshop under the title “Get ready for student elections: Student elections are what they have and what they are.” During the workshop, students learned about the goals and principles of the Student Council, and the rights and duties of the candidate and voter.
The assistant professor at the College of Law, Dr. Saqr Eid Al-Ruwais, referred to the decisions regulating the Student Council, and the stages in which the elections pass, starting with the stage of thinking about contesting those elections, early preparation for them, the electoral program, the electoral campaign, and the pre-polling stage, passing through the day Voting, the vote counting process, and finally the candidate’s rights in each of these stages, and the candidate’s duties and rights.
For her part, the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Fatima Muhammad Al-Malki, stressed the importance of the workshop, especially with the university’s preparations for student elections, pointing out that the University of Bahrain is rich with a constellation of students qualified to assume leadership tasks in the positions they occupy, due to their characteristics and personal skills, which qualify them to take on these responsibilities.
This workshop comes within the establishment and rehabilitation phase, and is the first phase of the “Preparation of Future Leaders” program, which is based on three aspects: the administrative and leadership aspect, the technical and psychological aspect, and the psychological aspect.
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