Bahrain: A Country Addicted to Debts, Loans and Aid
According to the report of the Financial and Administrative Oversight Bureau for the years 2021 and 2022, Bahrain's public debt and interest rates have reached catastrophic numbers. The report indicates that the government has turned Bahrain into a sick country addicted to debt and aid.
After 8 Years, Who's in the Right: The King or Sheikh Ali Salman?
The arrest of opposition leader Sheikh Ali Salman on December 28, 2014 was a political decision, as the ruling family believed that the apprehension of the last remaining figures of the opposition would lead to the complete liquidation of the opposition on the political level.
Public Debt Crosses Borrowing Ceiling: Who's Responsible for this Financial Waste?
The big question remains in the minds of citizens: Why does the government of Bahrain continue to issue sukuk and borrow despite the high oil prices and the large amount of liquidity generated from the oil trade?
Bahrain Faces Severest Wave since Coronavirus Outbreak, Gov't Slogan's Money First
Bahrain is facing the severest wave of Coronavirus one year after the pandemic outbreak in the country, since March 2020.
Bahrain to Borrow BD300 Million in 2021 to Cover Budget Deficit: Finance Ministry
The Shura Council's financial and economic affairs committee recommended the approval of a decree that raises public debt ceiling from BD13 to 15 billion.
Sheraton Bahrain Hotel to Close for 2 Years, Lay off its Employees
Sheraton Bahrain Hotel is to close and lay off all its employees.