09 Aug 2010
The BIPD concludes a workshop on the constitutional and administrative system
The Bahrain Institute for Political Development (BIPD) concluded on Thursday evening, August 5, 2010, the workshop on the constitutional and administrative system in the Kingdom of Bahrain which was organized by the Institute within the 2010 parliamentary and municipal elections programme.

The Bahrain Institute for Political Development (BIPD) concluded on Thursday evening, August 5, 2010, the workshop on the constitutional and administrative system in the Kingdom of Bahrain which was organized by the Institute within the 2010 parliamentary and municipal elections programme.


Both Dr. Marwan Al Modarres and Dr. Bader Mohammed Adel from the Faculty of Law at the University of Bahrain gave lectures in the workshop and more than 30 participants from among the candidates of political associations, independent candidates as well as members of their work teams and some people who are interested in electoral affairs, took part in this workshop.


Dr. Issa Ahmed Al Khayat, Executive Director of the Bahrain Institute for Political Development, confirmed that in order to achieve the objectives stipulated in the decree establishing and organizing the Bahrain Institute for Political Development on the need to prepare people to engage in political action, the Institute organized a workshop on the constitutional and administrative system in the Kingdom of Bahrain.


 “It highlighted the formal features of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Bahrain and the nature of the relationship between the public authorities, in addition to the legal system concerning the election of members of the Parliament and electoral appeals, " he noted.


At the conclusion of his statement, Dr Al Khayat said: “The response of the political associations and independent individuals is a practical embodiment of cooperation between the Institute and all relevant authorities, to whom we extend our thanks and appreciation and to all those who have taken part with us in this workshop and in previous workshops. We should not fail also to thank all lecturers for the great efforts they made during these workshops.”