Committees of the State Council discuss the draft “Social Protection Law” and “Labor Law”

The State Council committees discuss the draft “Social Protection Law” and “Labour Law”, where the Economic Committee discussed today, during its fifth meeting of the fourth session of the seventh term, headed by the Honorable Sheikh Muhammad bin Abdullah Al-Harthy, Chairman of the Committee, and in the presence of the honorable members of the Committee, The draft social protection law referred by the Council of Ministers. During the meeting, the most important items and materials related to it were reviewed.

The Social Committee also discussed the draft “Social Protection Law”, chaired by the honorable Ali bin Ahmed Al-Harthy, and in the presence of the honored members of the committee, the social aspects of the draft law.

The Legal Committee of the State Council discussed during its eighth meeting of the fourth annual session of the seventh term, chaired by the honorable Sayyid Dr. Saeed bin Sultan Al Busaidi, and in the presence of the honored members of the committee, the legal aspects of the “labor draft law” referred by the Council of Ministers, and the opinion of the Economic Committee on it. These committees depend, in their study of draft laws, on a systematic and studied track in application of the time plan allocated for studying the draft of each law, from which each committee produces visuals that contribute to proposals that serve the national goals of enacting these laws.

The sub-committee emanating from the Education and Research Committee and the problem to study “the reality of policies and legislation for technology-based distance education and ways to develop them in the Sultanate of Oman” held its fourth meeting for the fourth session of the seventh period, chaired by the Honorable Dr. Juma bin Khalifa Al-Busaidi, and in the presence of the honorable members of the committee, To discuss the draft study, which aims to identify the latest developments in the field of distance education, its importance, its effects, and the challenges it faces, and to find the necessary legislation to implement it in line with international best practices, and to develop proposals that guarantee its future sustainability, in a way that reflects positively on students of all educational stages.

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