Government and MPs Agree: Billions in Exchange for Scraps
Based on financial analysis, the government in Bahrain has provided scraps to the country through meager bonuses approved by the MPs and Shura Council members in the meetings of the general budget draft.
What the Atiyatulah Brothers Stole is Double Amount Found in "Future Generation Fund"
It seems that many haven't yet understood the amount of money which brothers Ahmed and Salman Atiyatullah Al Khalifa stole from state funds.
Dismissal of Salman Atiyatullah from Leadership of King Hamad Hospital Confirmed
Different information indicated that the king had dismissed or at least pushed the Minister of Follow-up at the Royal Court, Ahmed bin Atiyatullah Al Khalifa, behind the scenes, as well as his brother, Major General Salman Atiyatullah Al Khalifa, commander of King Hamad Hospital.
Bapco and Alba's Lost Budgets Between Al-Jawaheri and Al-Baqali
Soon Abdulrahman Jawahery, CEO of Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), will complete a year in office. How has Bapco's status been during his tenure?
Assistant Undersecretary at Interior Ministry Khamees Mohammed Sahl Referred to Public Prosecution over His Involvement in Corruption
The Interior Ministry announced that it suspended a police officer of the rank of assistant undersecretary and referred him to the Public Prosecution while in custody.
Who Received "Ericsson's" Bribes in Bahrain?
A press investigation revealed confidential documents showing the involvement of the telcoms giant Ericsson in paying bribes to the terrorist ISIS organization, as well as its involvement in corruption in dozens of countries, including Bahrain.
Gulf Air Cancels 10 Airbus A220 Order
FlightGlobal website said that the Gulf Air appears to have cancelled the 10 Airbus A220-100 it ordered nearly a decade ago. Gulf Air had signed for the aircraft in mid-2011.
Bahrain Suffers from Deep-Rooted Corruption, No Possibility of Combating Corruption without Political Reform: Al-Wefaq
Al-Wefaq said that combatting corruption is not achieved without an inclusive political reform, complete separation of powers, independence of judiciary and real representation of citizens in real legislative institution and giving it legislative and regulatory powers and enabling independent and clean media to operate.
Swiss Investigation into Activity of Institution Accused of Money Laundering Reveals: King of Bahrain Gave Former King of Spain €1.7 Million
The Spanish "El País" newspaper published a Swiss investigation stating that Juan Carlos I, Spain's former king, allegedly received a €1.7 million donation from the king of Bahrain in 2010.
Despite Massive Fortune, King Hamad Leaves his Country Drown Economically
Bahrain is sinking deeper into a very difficult economic situation day after another. Since the beginning of this year, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) has said that Bahrain is in danger after its public debt exceeded 13 billion of the GDP, with a public debt amounting to 100.19% of GDP.
Tanatish Program: King's Wealth Increased Five Times since Assuming Power
Bahraini media man Hasan Qambar wondered through his program "Tanatish" whether Bahrain will be affected by the popular movements in Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon and Kuwait, and said "Is Bahrain being ruled by prophets or angels? Of course no".
Security Company Owned by Trump’s Lawyer Trains Bahraini Police Officers Involved in Brutal Crackdown
Donald Trump's personal attorney, has signed a new agreement to train Bahrain's police force, according to a report in the United States.
Anti-Corruption Arrests Employee for Taking Bribe
Directorate of Anti-corruption and Economic and Electronic Security said that it arrested an employee of the Ministry of Works red-handed while receiving bribe money for offering services against his job duties.
“Jaw” Sea for Sale: Who’s Owner of $100 Million Real Estate Project?
On August 15, a Bahraini real estate company published an ad about a huge real estate plan in the "Jaw" region that comprises hundreds of land plots for sale, at a cost starting at 17 BD for one square kilometer.
New facts on Bahrain University: Story of Libyan Abdullah Mohammed Salem Al-Mzoghi
Another tale emerged from the University of Bahrain, the place where Bahraini competencies and minds should be prepared and developed, but it has become a place where they are buried alive.
Former MP Ibrahim BouSandal: Gov’t Sweeping Dirt under the Rug
A wave of popular discontent among Bahraini citizens struck after the House of Representatives passed a legal amendment allowing the government to put its hand on the Unemployment Insurance Fund to finance the voluntary retirement program.
Bahraini Has Become Marginalized and Inconsiderable in his Homeland: Al-Wefaq
Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society issued a statement in which it talked about number of the living developments of Bahrainis, following policies and decisions taken by the state which contributed to the marginalization of the Bahraini citizen and making him inconsiderable in his homeland.
Three Car Rental Companies Excluded in New Bahrain Airport Auction Despite Offering Better Bids, Newspaper
Bahrain's Al-Akhbar Al-Khaleej newspaper reported that the company responsible for bidding at Bahrain's new airport auction violated the bidding results related to car rental companies, excluding three companies that made better offers.
State Protection of Corrupters: Robber of Housing Bank Isa Al-Dhawadi Will Not Go to Prison, Find out Why
Bahrainis circulated the news that the Court of Cassation issued a ruling recently rejecting the appeal by former housing bank director Isa Sultan Al-Dhawadi and upholding his 10-year prison sentence for "seizure of public funds" amounting to about 1.5 million dinars.
Bahrain’s Int’l Corruption Index Ranking Drops Sharply: Worst among Gulf States
Bahrain's Corruption Perceptions Index for 2017 deteriorated sharply to 36%, ranking the worst among Gulf States and 103rd globally.