Issue 134 - 12 Nov 1984
The weekly cabinet meetings of the Saudi government, the main proceedings of which are faithfully made public, have in the past few months notably concentrated on the kingdom's internal interests. A new tariff of electricity charges, the application of the Civil Retirement Code, government payments to contractors and the provision of copies of the Holy Quran in the rooms of all hotels in the kingdom are among the matters recently dealt with by the Council of Ministers.

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