CSRSIR preps fi­nal ‘so­lu­tion’ to Be­doun is­sue, eye le­gal cen­ter

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

The Cen­tral Sys­tem for Rem­e­dy­ing Sta­tus of Il­le­gal Res­i­dents (CSRSIR) ear­lier this month started prepar­ing fi­nal so­lu­tions to the Be­doun is­sue which had been sus­pended for more than 40 years. The so­lu­tions in­clude de­ter­min­ing the le­gal cen­ter of each Be­doun res­i­dent and spec­i­fy­ing it in the ref­er­ence card given to them, re­ports Al­jarida daily.

Ac­cord­ing to in­formed sources, the new cards cur­rently be­ing is­sued to Be­doun res­i­dents in­clude their le­gal sta­tus. Those with first-grade or sec­ond-grade rel­a­tives of known na­tion­al­i­ties will have the word “Re­lated” in­scribed in their cards, which means they have known ori­gins.

The sys­tem based this pro­ce­dure on the of­fi­cial doc­u­ments be­long­ing to the fa­ther, grand­fa­ther or brother such as pass­port, the cen­sus of the coun­try from which the peo­ple un­der this cat­e­gory came from or the re­cruit­ment card of their coun­try of ori­gin.

The word “Ob­ser­va­tion” will be in­scribed for those with se­cu­rity re­stric­tions reg­is­tered against them by the State Se­cu­rity or the In­tel­li­gence and Se­cu­rity Depart­ment of Min­istry of De­fense. These re­stric­tions in­clude com­mu­ni­ca­tion and co­op­er­a­tion for pur­poses of the in­va­sion, and par­tic­i­pa­tion in demon­stra­tions in­clud­ing by the head of the fam­ily and first-grade rel­a­tives.

The sources re­vealed that CSRSIR, as part of the fi­nal so­lu­tions, has sus­pended the dis­burse­ment of vis­it­ing cards to those in­cluded in the 1980 and 1985 cen­suses.

They in­di­cated that the own­ers of files un­der this cat­e­gory have been no­ti­fied on the need to mod­ify their sta­tus, adding that the cards will not be is­sued to them un­less ac­knowl­edge­ment state­ments are signed.

The sources stressed that CSRSIR is in the process of prepar­ing the fi­nal re­port af­ter which it will be submitted to the gov­ern­ment so that ap­pro­pri­ate de­ci­sions on a caseby-case ba­sis can be taken.

They af­firmed that Be­doun res­i­dents without any re­stric­tions will be is­sued with cards with no spe­cial in­scrip­tions for ob­ser­va­tions, which means their files are good.


The Cab­i­net is­sued a de­ci­sion on the trans­fer of Man­power and Gov­ern­ment Re­struc­tur­ing Pro­gram (MGRP) from the Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion (CSC) to the Public Au­thor­ity for Man­power (PAM), re­ports Al-Anba daily.

Ar­ti­cle Two of the de­ci­sion man­dates the min­is­ters to im­ple­ment this de­ci­sion and work on it from the date of its publi­ca­tion in the of­fi­cial gazette.

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