Salman: New royal orders penalize two ministers and replace them with 3 ministries
Salman: New royal orders penalize two ministers and replace them with 3 ministries

King Salman bin Abdulaziz, an important statement to the Saudi Cabinet just a few days ago, with new amendments and an end to serving some of the ministers.

Where King Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, issued several good royal orders today to amend some conditions, which included the exemption of some ministers and officials, the creation of some ministries, and the merging of ministries.

Among the most important royal orders today is what came in the royal orders issued today, Rajab 1441 AH, and here is the detail

Suleiman Al-Hamdan, the Minister of Civil Service, was relieved of his position, and Ibrahim Al-Omar, the Governor of the Investment Authority, was removed from his post.

The Ministry of Civil Service was included in the Ministry of Labor and Social Development and its name was amended to be the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development.
Converting the General Sports Authority to a ministry in the name of the Ministry of Sports.

Converting the General Authority for Tourism and National Heritage into a ministry on behalf of the Ministry of Tourism.
Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki bin Faisal Al Saud appointed as Minister of Sports.

Turki al-Shabana, Minister of Information, is relieved of his position, and at the same time King Salman assigns Dr. Majid Al-Qasabi to the work of the Minister of Information in addition to his work to amend some conditions and restructure some laws.

Mandating the Minister of Housing, Majid Al-Hugail, to do the work of the Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs in addition to his work.
Ahmed Al-Khatib appointed as Minister of Tourism.
Eng. Khaled Al-Falih appointed as Minister of Investment.