Express an "education calendar" that will benefit national staff and local professional staff
Shura calls for the prevention of monopolistic practices in the pharmaceutical and insurance sectors
Vote on the seven recommendations of the Family Affairs Committee and discuss the performance of the Competition Authority
The Council on Shura will begin the third session of the seventh session next Tuesday, voting on a number of recommendations of the Committee on Social Affairs, Family and Youth on the Council's Annual Report on Family Matters, which is most important to build and strengthen the culture of productivity and self-esteem of the family strategic axes. The Council will also vote on a number of recommendations of the Management Committee and Human Resources regarding the annual report of the Institute of Public Administration following the Committee's opinion on the report, G. Recommendations Priority should be given to the Institute for Management to complete the establishment of the premises of the institute's offices and to develop indicators to measure the quality of activities and programs of the Institute in accordance with the best international practices.
At the same meeting, the Council heard the views of the Committee on Education and Scientific Research on the annual report of the Commission for the evaluation of general education. The Committee called on the Public Education Assessment Board to focus on the benefits of national experience and local expertise and reduce dependence on foreign expertise. Annual Report of the General Competition Authority for the financial year 1438/1439 AH In its recommendations, the Committee asked the Commission to draw up a clear action plan to crystallize its priorities and target sectors for its activity in all regions of the Kingdom, and to coordinate the conduct of this study with the Food and Drug Administration and the Health Insurance Council. The Committee also recommended that financial and human resources be provided to the requirements of the constituent phase of the General Competition Authority, which would increase its financial and administrative independence and enable it to perform their role.
Among the subjects on the agenda of this meeting is the report of the Finance Committee on the annual report of the General Authority for Skait and Revenue for the fiscal year 1438/1439 AH and the report of the Hajj Committee on Housing and Services on the annual report of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah for the fiscal year 1438/1439 AH and report by the Human Resources and Governance Committee and the report of the Committee on Social Affairs, Family and Youth on the draft Memorandum of Understanding on Labor Co-operation between the Ministry of Labor and Social Development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia The Ministry of Labor and Pensions in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Ireland.
During the second regular session of the third year of the seventh session of the following Wednesday, the Council will vote on the draft system of professional companies after hearing the views of the Committee on Economic and Energy on the views of members on the draft system, which consists of 29 articles aimed at reviewing and developing systems. The sector of professional enterprises in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and enable these companies to grow and compete because of their great role in serving the national economy and the localization of experience.
At the same meeting, the Council shall vote on the recommendations of the Committee on Education and Scientific Research on the views and opinions of members on the annual report of the General Organization for Technical and Vocational Training for the financial year 1438/1439. Among the items on the agenda of this meeting is the report of the Committee on Culture, Information, Report of the Committee on Water, Agriculture and Environment on the annual report of the Irish General Irrigation Office for the financial year 1438/1439 AH and the report of the Finance Committee on the amendment to Article 12 (7) Council proposed, Dr Mohammed Scaly.