Khalifa Bin Salman in the People’s, Nation’s Memory book launched

      Published on Sunday, 4 November , 2018      1154      
Khalifa Bin Salman in the People’s, Nation’s Memory book launched

Yousef Al Hamdan, the author of ”Khalifa Bin Salman in the Memory of the People, Nation” has launched his book that achieves the directives of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, in documenting and preserving the nation’s memory.

This book hails HRH the Premier’s patronage of the press, journalists, writers and researchers, and encouraging the monitoring of Bahrain’s progress in all fields.

The book highlights the national and international stances and wise policies of HRH the Prime Minister, his management of the country and overcoming the unfortunate incidents peacefully and safely.

The books includes essays and studies published by Al Hamdan in local newspapers and electronic websites  between 2011 and 2018.

The book highlights the great role of HRH the Prime Minister and his patronage of the freedom of opinion and expression in the press and media being the safety valve of democracy, development.

The book lists the awards and medals conferred on HRH the Prime Minister that reflect the Arab and international role of His Royal Highness’s effective leadership and his patronage of the arts, culture and science. 

The book suggested to launch an academy in HRH the Premier’s name in the fields of political science and development.

Category King | 2018/11/04 latest update at 11:50 PM
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