Saudi king issues decree to reshuffle Shoura council
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman al-Saud issued several royal decrees, one of which would be the reformation of the kingdom’s Shoura Council
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman al-Saud issued several royal decrees, one of which would be the reformation of the kingdom’s Shoura Council a reshuffle of the kingdom's top religious body, the Council of Senior Scholars.
The Secretary General of the Shoura Council Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Aomar was relieved of his duties on Friday with the announcement that Abdullah Al-Ashiekh as the consultative council’s next head.
In other royal decrees announced on the same day, Ali bin Nasser al-Afis was appointed as Labor and Social Development minister replacing Mufraj Al-Haqabani.
Saudi Custom’s Director Saleh bin Manee al-Khelaiwi was also relieved from position.
Another decree also appointed Abdulrahman bin Mohammed al-Sadhan as a special adviser to the Royal Court in the position of minister.