Shura Council>Media Centre>News>Council News>Chairman and Deputies>Shura Council supports stimulus package
Facebook Twitter Print Email More...
Shura Council supports stimulus package

The stimulus package ordered by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa in support of citizens and the private sector will contribute to bolstering national economic sustainability and maintaining the stability of Bahraini families, said Shura Council President Ali bin Saleh Al-Saleh.
He hailed HM the King’s farsighted visions and keenness on protecting the interests of citizens as well as employees working in the private sector as part of precautionary measures to combat the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
He hailed the royal directives which, he said, aim to mobilise all resources to maintain citizens’ stability and stability, taking pride in the financial stimulus package designated to provide liquidity that enables the private sector to withstand the pitfalls of the current circumstances resulting from the coronavirus on the economic growth momentum.
Al-Saleh lauded the efforts exerted by the Government, chaired by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa in drawing up strategic plans and quality programmes and contingency plans to deal with any developments.
He hailed the dedication of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, the Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Premier for his follow-up, commending the cooperation and coordination between different ministries and official parties to implement HM the King’s directives.
“The initiatives entailed in stimulus package, which, he said, will   give everyone more confidence in the measures taken by the wise leadership to provide the necessary health care to all citizens and residents, while ensuring the sustainability of the national economy without affecting the lives of citizens.
He underlined the Shura Council’s support to the royal directives, backing all measures and Government’s decisions, aimed at to enable the Kingdom of Bahrain to overcome  the risks resulting from the coronavirus spread.

Page last updated on: 19/03/2020 09:36 AM