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State Council discusses ways to protect children from accidents, regulations for training institutes

State Council discusses techniques to shield kids from accidents, regulations for instruction institutes

Muscat – 

The 13th State Council bureau meeting, lately chaired by H E Dr Yahya bin Mahfoudh al Mantheri, was held in the presence of members of the bureau and the secretary common of the council. The chairman appreciated the efforts of the members of the council and their active participation in the course of the present session of the council, stated a press release.

Their input had a excellent influence in its function and enabled effective workout of its powers and its specialities to produce good outcome by means of discussion of draft laws referred to the council, as nicely as research proposed in a quantity of places, such as financial, social, educational, well being and other places associated to the progress of the nation.

He also praised the efforts of the common secretariat and its function in assisting the council in the efficiency of its functions and the workout of its functions.

During the meeting, the council discussed a quantity of subjects on its agenda, such as the study by the Social Committee on ‘Protecting Children from Accidents’ and the proposal to be regarded as by the Education and Research Committee on ‘Developing the Regulation of Private Training Institutions’.

The bureau also discussed a quantity of proposals submitted by the members and the proposal of the Omani-Polish Parliamentary Friendship Committee.

The council chairman reviewed the summary of the meeting of the bureau of the council with the heads of the Standing Committees held on March 19, and also received a quantity of letters from a quantity of stakeholders.

The bureau also evaluated the 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th sessions of the third annual session of the sixth session and reviewed a adhere to-up report.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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