Tag: government

M.Report – S01E05

21 Apr, '084 Comments

What a fortuitous occasion! A decision by the government results on egg on its own face. The defacto PM of Bahrain slaps the wrist of parliament and I also remind them not to be so uptight about things.

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M.Report – S01E04

20 Apr, '080 Comments

In this one, I introduce my initial experience with Zain, my new broadband supplier, I talk about the government’s decision to rescinds its order requiring decent transport to be provided to workers and Filbert makes an appearance!

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The Handouts Culture intensifies

The Handouts Culture intensifies

16 Apr, '082 Comments

The parliament is wasting the country’s finances by abrogating its job of guarding public funds by overspending without any oversight nor reason to do so.

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Shamlawi contesting electoral districts

Shamlawi contesting electoral districts

15 Apr, '089 Comments

One of the main grievances people of Bahrain have is the iniquitous distribution of the electoral districts. We find that in the 2006 elections for instance, the Northern Governate contains a total of 91,874 voters electing nine members of parliament; while in the Southern Governate, the voters there number only 16,571 but they get to […]

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Kneejerk Reactions

14 Apr, '0812 Comments

Divine intervention couldn’t have come at a more fortuitous time for the government to start to re-impose another heinous State Security Law, the very one which Bahrain suffered from for 30 years and was the main cause of the dissolution of the 1973 parliament and suspending parliamentary life in this country until it was rescinded […]

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