VIDEO: They Promised to Clear my Case within a Month, Mohammed Khatam
Bahraini citizen Mohammed Khatam said he received a promise to have his case cleared within a month. On August 27, 2018, Khatam was arrested in front of the former government building in the capital, Manama.
Authorities Release Citizen who Protested Near Government Bldg. Demanding to Be Reinstated after his Health Deteriorated
Account of Bahraini citizen Mohammad Khatem said that he called his family form the emergency department of Al-Salmaniya and told them that the authorities ordered his release.
Mohammad Khatem Arrested for 7 Days over Charge of Inciting Hatred against Regime
The Public Prosecution ordered on Wednesday (August 29, 2018) to arrest Bahraini citizen Mohammad Khatem for 7 days pending investigation, after accusing him of inciting hatred against the regime.
VIVA Dismisses 5 Bahrainis after Acquisition of “Menatelecom”
Viva Telecommunication Company dismissed 5 Bahrainis after its acquisition of Menatelecom Telecommunication Company. Meanwhile, it transferred dependency of number of employees to other companies while still working at Menatelecom.
Trade Union Calls on Electricity Minister to Intervene and Re-employ 8 Dismissed Employees
The Assistant Secretary-General for the Public Sector in the General Federation of Workers Trade Unions in Bahrain, Hussein al-Asfour, called on the Minister of Electricity and Water Abdul Hussain Mirza to intervene to end the suffering of eight employees that have been dismissed from the Electricity and Water Authority for nearly two years.
Bahrain Observatory for Human Rights Demands Finalizing Dismissed Employees’ Case & Putting End to Lifting Subsidies Policy
The Bahrain Observatory for Human Rights called on the Bahraini government to commit to the tripartite agreement signed between the government, employers and the General Federation of Bahrain Trade Unions that stipulates reinstating all employees dismissed over the 2011 events.
Alba Trade Union Calls for Putting End to the Dismissed Workers’ Ongoing Sufferings since 5 Years
Bahrain’s Alba Trade Union called on the Alba company’s administration to cooperate more and treat all trade unions equally.
Nass Corp. Complains of Gov’t Delay in Payment of Over 2 MM BD in debts..to Lay Off 194 Bahrainis
Bahrain Mirror: The CEO of the Gulf City Cleaning Company, and the member of the board of directors of Nass Corporation, Fawzi Nass, said: “The financial dues of the Ministry of Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning on the cleaning services in the Capital and Muharraq Governorates reached 2.5 million dinars since 2013”.
Alba Considers Laying off 300 Workers in Exchange for Financial Offers
Bahrain Mirror: The chairman of Alba's Board of Directors said that the company will review its policies, regarding promotions and privileges given to employees because of the challenges it is facing.
Al-Demistani: Members in Alba Had Bad Stance in 2011 Still Preventing Return of Dismissed Employees
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): Secretary-General of the (dismissed) Bahraini Nursing Society, Ibrahim Al-Demistani, said that some parties in the Aluminum Bahrain Company (ALBA) had a bad stance during the emergency law period in 2011 and are still preventing the return of employees who were dismissed to their jobs.
Bahrain’s NIHR Discusses Case of Dismissed Doctors in 2011
Bahrain Mirror: The complaints, monitoring and follow-up committee of the National Institution for Human Rights (NIHR) said it discussed in its fifth meeting the complaint filed by some members of the medical cadre who were dismissed following the 2011 events in Bahrain.
Bahraini Authorities Arrest Musician Yaser Khalifa
Bahrain Mirror: The Bahraini authorities arrested on Monday (September 14, 2015) musician Yaser Khalifa without giving any information about Khalifa’s arrest.
GFBTU Secretary-General Demands Rehiring 50 Dismissed Bahrainis
Bahrain Mirror: Sayed Salman Al-Mahfouz, the Secretary-General of the General Federation of Bahraini Trade Unions (GFBTU), discussed the latest updates of the trilateral agreement that stipulated rehiring 165 dismissed workers.