Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry elections voting process going on smoothly

Muscat: A number of voters and candidates for the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry elections for the period 2022-2026 praised the ease of the electronic voting process for the elections and the level of organization by the committees based on the electoral process.

Mustafa bin Ahmed Salman, Chairman of the United Securities Board of Directors, said: The electoral process took place with ease and ease through electronic systems for the first time, expressing his hope that the new board of directors of the Chamber would achieve the aspirations and hopes of the Omani private sector.

He explained to Oman News Agency (ONA) that the addition of joint stock companies and foreign investor companies to the members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors provides an opportunity for all companies and institutions to contribute their vote to the achievement of these elections, in a way that guarantees finding qualified representatives for the membership of the Chamber’s Board of Directors.

Eng. Siham bint Ahmed Al Harthiya, CEO of Siham Development and Investment Company, confirmed that the high turnout for the elections reflects awareness of the importance of membership in the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry. coming.

Siham Al Harthiya said that the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry will have a major role through the new system of the Chamber and the addition of other categories to the membership of the Board of Directors so that the Chamber will be a great supporter and catalyst for the Omani economy.

Dr. Ahmed Badr, an investor in the health field in the Sultanate of Oman, expressed his appreciation to the entities based on the new system of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, which added a seat for foreign investor companies within the membership of the Board of Directors, which indicates awareness and vision of the importance of investment and its development in the Sultanate of Oman.

He added that the presence of the foreign investor in the Chamber’s board of directors represents the link between the investors and the government to remain actively involved, praising the smooth electoral process that took place with ease.

He pointed out that the new chamber law well organizes the roles of the council between the members of the chamber’s board of directors and the executive management in distributing competencies and tasks, and represents great importance for investors to have a role and opinion in the laws issued in relation to investment and investment decisions in the future, so that the Sultanate of Oman is one of the pioneering countries in this. the field.

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