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The wheel of change never stops in Saudi Arabia

An Article by: Mohammed AL-Shammary

Translated By: Nahid Khalifa

The State has developed a road map for development along with a clear vision of specific objectives in all political, economic, legal and media fields, which is contrary to the previous five-year plans. The good thing about that is the close follow-up of achievements and the interaction with the current issues on the local arena. There are initiatives, programs and decisions already implemented, while the rest are still under implementation and others may be deferred or subject to further study. All the before mentioned factors put a huge burden on the executive body, including Upper and middle management, facing a major challenge in the light of careful monitoring of what is already being done.

The recent change, which was approved by the Council of Ministers and included some leaders of public, judicial and academic bodies, as well as the creation of new bodies, will stimulate the executive management to make more efforts to achieve the broad line objectives. Under these new rules, there is no continuity except for those who can achieve the best results, in line with an objective evaluation of the hierarchy of power, along with the reports that monitoring bodies provide, which are sometimes supported by the public opinion.

The recent change in the cabinet came close to expectations, according to comments from experts polled by various media outlets. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adil Al-Jubeir received a great deal of local and international attention. Most commentators agreed on the importance and significance of this change at this specific stage, where Saudi foreign policy stands in the middle, in an area where fast-paced events are taking place, along with many collapses and challenges, which require quick actions on several levels. This must happen without burdening the minister with administrative and technical burdens, especially while having more than 124 diplomatic missions in various countries. Noteworthy, embassies are a sort of a smaller version of a ministry, with all its political, economic and media affairs and consular services.

محمد الشمري

محمد الشمري مستشار قانوني ، سفير بوزارة الخارجيه السعودية، أستاذ القانون الدولي - غير متفرغ- في معهد الأمير سعود الفيصل للدراسات الدبلوماسية, مارس كتابة الرأي في عدد من الصحف المحلية

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