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Majlis office reviews job opportunities for youth
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MUSCAT: The Office of Majlis Ash’shura reviewed the replies of the Council of Ministers on a number of issues raised by Majlis Ash’shura including the stated desire to postpone the instalments of the personal, consumption and housing loans for Omanis. In its reply, the Council of Ministers said that the Central Bank of Oman (CBO), after studying the proposals and regulations, issued directives to the banks and financing institutions to delay the payment of instalments and loan interests for the segments affected by Covid-19 pandemic for up to 18 months.

The Office of Majlis Ash’shura held its 26th ordinary meeting of the second annual session (2020-2021), under the chairmanship of Khalid bin Hilal al Maawali, Chairman of Majlis Ash’shura, on Tuesday.During the meeting, the office also reviewed a reply to the council’s report on dismissal of Omanis in the private sector. In its reply, the government affirmed that it had taken a number of measures in this regard, and that the relevant authorities are making constant efforts to address the issue and find suitable solutions. The office reviewed the action plans of the standing committees for the third annual session 2021-2022. The standing committees presented detailed reports about their action plans that included their executive programme for each committee.

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The office also reviewed the annual report of the Ministry of Labour for 2020 which included a statistical report about the job opportunities in the private sector according to the economic activity, educational level and the distribution of manpower in the governorates.

The office reviewed the reply of the minister of labour to a question on the sponsor’s responsibility in cases of absconding workers. In his reply, the minister said the ministry is going to revise the ministerial decision regarding absconding cases.

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