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The Interior Ministry in Bahrain to Recruit 20,000 Employees


Bahrain : 06 March 2011

The Interior Ministry in Bahrain is set to recruit 20,000 new employees in response to a royal directive from His Majesty King Hamad.

Minister of the Interior Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa spoke to high level staff in local media stating that the vision King Hamad has for the ministry is targeted at achieving a higher level of security for Bahrain residents through a program focused on mutual respect and dignity.

The minister noted that the media has an important role to play as an advocate for national unity. Shaikh Rashid added that the country’s interest take first place before personal, sectarian or factional interests.

The minister noted that King Hamad insists justice be done after the terrible events that took place recently. There has been a committee put in place to examine the events, hold those responsible accountable and administer justice.

The last security mission sent out was intended to maintain order, not result in bloodshed, according to the minister.

He noted that it is the duty of the government to protect lives and described the recent deaths as a major loss for Bahrain.

These incidents, stated Shaikh Rashid, have already affected the citizens of Bahrain, as well as those in business, trade and even small shop owners.

He noted that the initiative for widespread national dialogue put forth by HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Deputy Supreme Commander and Crown Prince, is of utmost importance. It is the path for all in the nation to reach political stability as well as put their demands on the table.

The minister stated that security is an important factor for growth in the economy and warned that sit-ins and demonstrations may be to the detriment of healthy economic conditions.

Paul Holdsworth, Staff Writer, Gulf Jobs Market News
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