Member of the Shura Council “Al Abbas” to “previously”: foreign workers are not “cancer”

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He emphasized that Saudi society still needs highly trained, skilled and labor-intensive workers

Member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdullah Al Abbas, refused to describe foreign workers as cancer, indicating that they are development partners, stressing that Saudi society still needs trained, skilled and labor-intensive workers.

This came in his response to those who look at foreign workers and expatriates in Sudan, pointing out that the need for them to change their shape.

In the details, member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad Al Abbas, explained to “Previously”: “My words are not in defense of them, but we must speak in balance, some speak and say that foreign labor represents cancer in this country, they are also tributaries of construction and development, and it is still The country needs skilled and labor intensive production. “

He added: “We should not look at foreign employment with this darkness, since the Saudi economy began to grow and move strongly. We needed foreign labor.” He added that foreign workers benefited from many advantages in terms of those who benefited from support by not having taxes, and the fees not occurring on foreign transfers. And freedom of these transfers. “

Regarding the restoration of the relationship with them, Dr. Al Abbas stated: “We just want to restore the shape of the relationship, not to look at them with this darkness. We are a tolerant society that sees the other as a partner in economic development as long as it is a true partner, and it really wants to develop this country with us.” .

And on how to reshape the relationship with foreign labor, a member of the Shura Council, Al Abbas, told “Previously”: “These also need studies. We need to understand the networked relationships within the Saudi economy and the relationships between foreign and Saudi employment, we do not really want labor.” Parasites only, come to absorb the resources of the Saudi economy, then turn them abroad. We want labor-intensive labor that can provide us with services and production, and take their legitimate rights in the homeland, and also provide what it has to this country. ”

With regard to the most prominent recommendations of the study presented at the second day session, yesterday, Wednesday, in the Riyadh Economic Forum, held under the chairmanship of the Assistant Minister of Finance for International Financial Affairs and Financial Policies Abdulaziz bin Muteb Al-Rashid, and participated in its discussion Muhammad bin Fahd Al-Omran, President of the Gulf Center for Financial Consultancy, and Abdul Mohsen bin Abdulaziz Al-Faris, and titled “Public Financial Reforms and their Impact on Economic Development in the Kingdom”, which provided an in-depth and detailed analysis of economic reforms within the framework of the program to achieve financial balance. “Al Abbas” told “previously”: “We need at this stage to Addition is an important step forward towards the program budget and performance to guide guidance spending the right product towards current spending, easing pressure on the current spending is not the product. “

“Al Abbas” pointed out that “the development of small and medium enterprises requires us to invest in investment in order for these enterprises to move because they are the basis for employing people because their number is large and can accommodate many employees, unlike large companies, as we expect through the study that small and medium enterprises will be realized For comprehensive economic growth and achieve the Kingdom’s 2030 vision. “


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Member of the Shura Council “Al Abbas” for “previously”: foreign workers are not “cancer” … but “development partners”

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Member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdullah Al Abbas, refused to describe foreign workers as cancer, indicating that they are development partners, stressing that Saudi society still needs trained, skilled and labor-intensive workers.

This came in his response to those who look at foreign workers and expatriates in Sudan, pointing out that the need for them to change their shape.

In the details, member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad Al Abbas, explained to “Previously”: “My words are not in defense of them, but we must speak in balance, some speak and say that foreign labor represents cancer in this country, they are also tributaries of construction and development, and it is still The country needs skilled and labor intensive production. “

He added: “We should not look at foreign employment with this darkness, since the Saudi economy began to grow and move strongly. We needed foreign labor.” He added that foreign workers benefited from many advantages in terms of those who benefited from support by not having taxes, and the fees not occurring on foreign transfers. And freedom of these transfers. “

Regarding the restoration of the relationship with them, Dr. Al Abbas stated: “We just want to restore the shape of the relationship, not to look at them with this darkness. We are a tolerant society that sees the other as a partner in economic development as long as it is a true partner, and it really wants to develop this country with us.” .

And on how to reshape the relationship with foreign labor, a member of the Shura Council, Al Abbas, told “Previously”: “These also need studies. We need to understand the networked relationships within the Saudi economy and the relationships between foreign and Saudi employment, we do not really want labor.” Parasites only, come to absorb the resources of the Saudi economy, then turn them abroad. We want labor-intensive labor that can provide us with services and production, and take their legitimate rights in the homeland, and also provide what it has to this country. ”

With regard to the most prominent recommendations of the study presented at the second day session, yesterday, Wednesday, in the Riyadh Economic Forum, held under the chairmanship of the Assistant Minister of Finance for International Financial Affairs and Financial Policies Abdulaziz bin Muteb Al-Rashid, and participated in its discussion Muhammad bin Fahd Al-Omran, President of the Gulf Center for Financial Consultancy, and Abdul Mohsen bin Abdulaziz Al-Faris, and titled “Public Financial Reforms and their Impact on Economic Development in the Kingdom”, which provided an in-depth and detailed analysis of economic reforms within the framework of the program to achieve financial balance. “Al Abbas” told “previously”: “We need at this stage to Addition is an important step forward towards the program budget and performance to guide guidance spending the right product towards current spending, easing pressure on the current spending is not the product. “

“Al Abbas” pointed out that “the development of small and medium enterprises requires us to invest in investment in order for these enterprises to move because they are the basis for employing people because their number is large and can accommodate many employees, unlike large companies, as we expect through the study that small and medium enterprises will be realized For comprehensive economic growth and achieve the Kingdom’s 2030 vision. “

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He emphasized that Saudi society still needs highly trained, skilled and labor-intensive workers

Member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdullah Al Abbas, refused to describe foreign workers as cancer, indicating that they are development partners, stressing that Saudi society still needs trained, skilled and labor-intensive workers.

This came in his response to those who look at foreign workers and expatriates in Sudan, pointing out that the need for them to change their shape.

In the details, member of the Shura Council, Dr. Muhammad Al Abbas, explained to “Previously”: “My words are not in defense of them, but we must speak in balance, some speak and say that foreign labor represents cancer in this country, they are also tributaries of construction and development, and it is still The country needs skilled and labor intensive production. “

He added: “We should not look at foreign employment with this darkness, since the Saudi economy began to grow and move strongly. We needed foreign labor.” He added that foreign workers benefited from many advantages in terms of those who benefited from support by not having taxes, and the fees not occurring on foreign transfers. And freedom of these transfers. “

Regarding the restoration of the relationship with them, Dr. Al Abbas stated: “We just want to restore the shape of the relationship, not to look at them with this darkness. We are a tolerant society that sees the other as a partner in economic development as long as it is a true partner, and it really wants to develop this country with us.” .

And on how to reshape the relationship with foreign labor, a member of the Shura Council, Al Abbas, told La Sabq: “These also need studies. We need to understand the interrelationships within the Saudi economy and the relationships between foreign and Saudi labor, we really don’t want workers Parasites only, come to absorb the resources of the Saudi economy, then turn them abroad. We want labor-intensive labor that can provide us with services and production, and take their legitimate rights in the homeland, and also provide what it has to this country. ”

With regard to the most prominent recommendations of the study presented at the second day session, yesterday, Wednesday, in the Riyadh Economic Forum, held under the chairmanship of the Assistant Minister of Finance for International Financial Affairs and Financial Policies Abdulaziz bin Muteb Al-Rashid, and participated in its discussion Muhammad bin Fahd Al-Omran, President of the Gulf Center for Financial Consultancy, and Abdul Mohsen bin Abdulaziz Al-Faris, and titled “Public Financial Reforms and their Impact on Economic Development in the Kingdom”, which provided an in-depth and detailed analysis of economic reforms within the framework of the program to achieve financial balance. “Al Abbas” told “previously”: “We need at this stage to Addition is an important step forward towards the program budget and performance to guide guidance spending the right product towards current spending, easing pressure on the current spending is not the product. “

“Al Abbas” pointed out that “the development of small and medium enterprises requires us to invest in investment in order for these enterprises to move because they are the basis for employing people because their number is large and can accommodate many employees, unlike large companies, as we expect through the study that small and medium enterprises will be realized For comprehensive economic growth and achieve the Kingdom’s 2030 vision. “

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