Almotamar.net - Ali Abdullah Saleh, the General People's Congress (GPC) Leader, issued a regulatory decision of new appointments the specializing heads of departments in the General Secretariat of the GPC.
The decision of the GPC Leader number (9) for the year 2014 on the appointment of heads of departments of the GPC Secretariat:
Chairman of the General People's Congress:
After reviewing the rules of procedure of the General People's Congress and it regulations that based on the presentation of Secretaries-General Assistant and the approval of the General Committee at its meeting held on 18- 7-2014, decided the following:
Article (1): the following five names are appointed heads of departments of the Secretariat as follows:
1 - Dr. Abubakr al-Qirbi, chairman of the Foreign Relations Department.
2 - Yahya Abdullah Doaied, head of the Department of Youth and Students.
3 - Ahmed Mohammed al-Kuhlani, head of the Department of Administration and Services
4 - Hussein Ali Hazeb, head of the department of education.
5 - Dr. Abdullah Ghaleb al-Mikhlafi, head of the Economy and Investment Department.
Article (2): This decision implemented from the date of issuance and the relevant authorities have to implement it.
Released by the headquarters of the General Secretariat on 07/21/2014
Ali Abdullah Saleh
Chairman of the General People's Congress.
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