A royal order to establish two development bodies for the governorates of Taif and Al-Ahsa

Today, Thursday, the guardian king of the two holy mosques Salman bin Abdulaziz issued a royal order to establish a Taif development commission and a royal order to establish an Al-Ahsa development commission, based on what was presented by the crown prince, deputy prime minister and chairman of the council for economic affairs and development.

The royal order stipulated that each authority should have a board of directors whose president and members are appointed by order of the Prime Minister.

The Council of Experts, in coordination with the competent authorities it deems appropriate, within a period not exceeding three months from the date of the royal decree, prepares the necessary organizational provisions, also defining the scope of supervision of the competences of the two bodies and completing the necessary procedures for this, according to the Saudi news agency.

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