Saudi labour minister to oversee Saudisation of operation, maintenance jobs
- Saudi Arabia: Wednesday, September 26 - 2012 at 03:46
The Saudi cabinet has decided to set up a high-level committee, chaired by labour minister Adel Fakeih to oversee the Saudisation of operation and maintenance jobs in government departments, Arab News has reported. The committee will activate royal decrees and government resolutions relating to Saudization of jobs created by operation and maintenance contracts in the various government departments and will present its annual reports to higher authorities explaining its achievements and difficulties, said culture and information minister Abdul Aziz Khoja after the weekly cabinet meeting.
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