Absent Employee and Lazy MP Ali Al-Nuaimi Receives 2000 Votes in Elections
How did Ali Al-Nuaimi win in the first round of elections, noting that he is one of the MPs who were the least present and active in parliament sessions? Al-Nuaimi did not accomplish anything during the past four years that would put him in a good light and did not even announce an electoral program this year.
Loyalists who Lost in Elections Feel Humiliated by Regime's Interferences
Pro-regime candidates who recorded losses in the elections expressed disappointment, complaining publicly, one after another, that the authorities had openly directed votes to their rivals against the will of the people, denouncing the government's control over people's votes.
Prof. Bilal Al-Laqees: Bahrainis' Boycott, Opposition Consensus Big Step that Flustered Regime and Its Western Allies
The Lebanese political researcher highlighted that the opposition consensus on boycotting is an important step that not only flusters the regime but also its "Western allies who protect it, and exposes the remaining false claims about support for democracy and the right of peoples to freedom."
Bahraini Judge Responsible for Elections Supervisory Committee Left Out of the Loop
Judge Responsible for the Supervisory Committee for the First constituency in the Capital Governorate played an apparently non-existent role for 12 hours before she was surprised to learn that she was left in the dark.
2022 Elections: Numbers, Facts and Fake Voter Turnout
Despite the government's tricks to increase the turnout percentage in the elections, it was forced to falsify the numbers after being surprised by the extent of Bahrainis' unwillingness to participate.
Qatar World Cup 2022: A Lost Economic Opportunity for Bahrain
A report published by the British "Middle East Eye" website said that Qatar World Cup 2022 is a lost economic opportunity for Bahrain.
Purpose behind Parliament Internal Regulations Amendments: King Says He's Boss
The Royal Decree issued on October 23, 2022, which amended the internal regulations of the House of Representatives and added thereto, may serve as an invitation to Bahrainis, both pro-opposition or loyalist alike, to reflect on the future of the political process that has existed in Bahrain since 2002.
ACHR Chairperson Violette Dagher: Pope Required to Send Strong Message to Political Authoritarian Power in Bahrain
In an interview with the chairperson of the Arab Committee for Human Rights (ACHR), Dr. Violette Dagher hoped that his Holiness "sends at least a strong message to the political authorities in a country that suffers from political authoritarianism."
Did Israeli Embassy in Bahrain Deceive its Gulf Guests by Making them Dance to Song about Homosexuality?
The fact that the Gulf guests who participated in the event held by the Israeli embassy in the Bahraini capital Manama chose normalization is their own business and personal choice, but do they have at least the slightest idea that the embassy has made them dance to the tune of a song about homosexuality?
Bahrain 2022 Elections: Elections without Voters
Bahrain used to be very concerned about its reputation with regard to international human rights organizations and used to always try to improve its image through public relations campaigns to reduce any effects of these repeated human rights criticisms. However, 2011 came along to change everything in this Gulf country.
Another Shura Council in Bahrain: King Takes over What's Left of Constitution and Parliament
With a signature and one royal decree, the King of Bahrain oversteps constitutional articles, rendering them mere ink on paper. With one royal decree, the king transformed the House of Representatives into a second Shura Council.
What to Know about Second Most Important Figure in Israeli Embassy in Manama
Hiba Tareef is perhaps a name one doesn't think much of after hearing, since at first glance it seems like a local name belonging to a well-known Bahraini family. However, this is not true at all. Hiba Tareef is currently the second person in the Israeli embassy in Manama after the Israeli Ambassador Eitan Na'eh where she serves as deputy chief.
What Would We Like to Say to Candidates? Nothing, Just Look at the Official Numbers
Bahrain Mirror (Exclusive): The following are the numbers that candidates should be aware of before the campaigns of false promises begin. This is an example of the reality of the situation in this island kingdom, an example of official numbers and statistics reported by parliamentary committees, which remain to have no solution in sight.
Israeli Ambassador to Bahrain in a Provocative Tweet: "Yes, you heard right, it's Tel Aviv"
"A song about a city, in another city. Yes you heard right, it's Tel Aviv... And yes, in Manama/Bahrain... "Tel Aviv" in Manama." These were the words of the Israeli ambassador himself.
Muslim Brotherhood Unwillingly Announces not Running in Parliamentray Elections
The Muslim Brotherhood, represented by Al-Menbar Islamic Society, announced that none of its members has applied to run in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Will Bahrainis Lose Free Healthcare? Questions before the Impending Catastrophe
The Bahraini health insurance law and the launch of the health card project will take place in 2024. This project; however, may be the worst to ever happen.
Bahrain: First State to Announce Decline in Oil Sector
While the government of Bahrain announced GDP growth of 6.9% in the second quarter of this year, it noted a decline in oil sector growth by 2.2%. So how did the sector's growth decline as oil prices doubled?
Democracy of Decree Laundering
The term money laundering is said to have originated from the mafia's ownership of laundromats to conceal the source of the money obtained as a result of illicit activities such as drug trafficking, where they equipped laundromats with coin-operated washing machines, and at the end of each day they added some of the drug revenues to the revenues of laundry shops.
Bapco and Alba's Lost Budgets Between Al-Jawaheri and Al-Baqali
Soon Abdulrahman Jawahery, CEO of Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), will complete a year in office. How has Bapco's status been during his tenure?
Ruling Family's Trick to Increase Participation with Fake Numbers
The ruling family in Bahrain is playing some tricks to increase participation in legislative elections, in which the majority of Bahrainis of various political orientations are reluctant to participate after elections have proven to fail to meet reform aspirations.