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Reforming Education

Reforming Education

14 Jun, '0714 Comments

I attended the official launch of the “Implementation of the national Education Reform Initiatives” this morning at Al-Hedaya school in Muharraq, the home of formal education in Bahrain which started in 1919, where I listened to various officials explaining the steps to be taken almost immediately to reform education in Bahrain in the clear belief […]

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Huh? It’s not OUR fault!

Huh? It’s not OUR fault!

31 May, '0721 Comments

Such power and water cuts hamper the process of development, keep the leadership awake and bother the citizens, giving rise to a number of undesirable happenings that the government prefers to avert, the Premier said. Say again? This just doesn’t make any sense and is probably just the standard copy-paste Google translation by the illustrious […]

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لا تبوگ و لا تخاف

لا تبوگ و لا تخاف

10 May, '076 Comments

He’s still unperturbed. Unrepentant. And completely without shame. Whatever. Another favourite idiom that comes to mind in addition to the above, which by the way translates to “don’t steal and don’t be afraid (of being caught)” is من أمن العقاب أساء الأدب which loosely translates to “if you secure immunity from punishment, you will do […]

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18 MPs withdraw from parliament this morning in protest

18 MPs withdraw from parliament this morning in protest

8 May, '0710 Comments

وأكدت الحكومة لمجلس النواب أن طلب الاستجواب المعروض مشوب بعيوب منصوص عليها في المادة (145) من اللائحة الداخلية، وبالتالي فلا يجوز التبليغ عنه، ولا يجوز أصلاً إدراجه في جدول الأعمال، وطلبت الحكومة من المجلس عدم إحالة طلب الاستجواب إلى اللجنة المختصة، إلا بعد الفصل في مسألة أولية يتوقف عليها دستورية أو عدم دستورية الاستجواب، وآلية […]

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KMDWAF

24 Apr, '078 Comments

Bahrain is attracting major international admiration for its housing, education and health networks. This is the result of citizens working hand-in-hand with the government. GDN :: 24 April 2007 This should have appeared in papers 23 days ago. As it hasn’t (shame on you Anwar!) excuse me for getting out right now to look for […]

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