Safes without Guards: How “Bahrain University” was Taken over by Naturalized Citizens
The people of Bahrain do not get provoked for no reason. They feel as if they are marginalized and strangers in their own country. This is not an exaggeration; it is a fact backed by documents. Bahrain Mirror presents in this report examples of the threat posed by naturalization in one of Bahrain’s educational institutions.
Head of “Batelco” Trade Union Warns of Employee Dismissals after Batelco Divides into 2 Companies
Head of Batelco Trade Union, Ali Alraqraq warned of a new wave of workers dismissals at Batelco, after the company was divided into 2 separate companies. He also expressed worry of the division’s effect on the telecom services’ prices.
Only 1,274 Bahrainis Employed in Private Sector in 1 Year
The Labor Market Regulatory Authority revealed in its statistics for the second quarter of 2016, that the Bahraini labor increased by only 1,274 Bahrainis in a whole year, in comparison with the same period of last year 2015.