The latest of which is stabilizing the price of gasoline.. Despite the losses of “Corona”, the Kingdom has not taken a decision

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The Saudis are the focus of the leadership’s attention

“It is in my interest that the Saudi citizen is satisfied every day more than the day before,” a statement mentioned by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a television interview broadcast on April 28, and only about two and a half months passed, until the rationale was issued today (Saturday). By adopting gasoline prices for the month of last June, so that the local price ceiling for gasoline will be as of today, July 10, provided that the state bears, according to the directive, what may exceed the prices of June when the monthly price review, in a direct translation of the statement of the Crown Prince, which proves the centrality of the citizen in its leadership concerns and the decisions it makes.

In congruence between Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s statement and the leadership’s motives for fixing the local price ceiling for gasoline, the rational leadership’s guidance stated in the justification for issuing the decision, that it comes “in order to reduce the living burdens of citizens and residents, and to continuously strive to achieve the public interest, and support local economic activity.” “The Kingdom’s leadership aims at the citizen, and it is the ultimate goal of the development strategy, which it has adopted and is working to achieve in recent years, so that its results are reflected on the level of quality of life for all its citizens, with all that quality of life means in terms of an improvement in the standard of living and an improvement in ways of practicing life.

It is necessary to shed light on the economic context, in which this decision was issued, which affects the lives of Saudi citizens. The economy of the Kingdom, like other countries, is still affected by the effects of the outbreak of the new Corona virus and the huge financial losses it caused, and its disruption of various economic, commercial and tourism activities. Despite the fact that the Kingdom has not fully recovered from the effects of the Corona pandemic, due to the various measures and measures it is taking to combat the virus and its many strains to protect the health and safety of its citizens and residents on its lands, it has taken this decision, which will increase obligations on its public budget despite the large number of these commitments.

The issuance of the fixing of the gasoline price ceiling proves that the Kingdom has not taken any painful decisions that severely affect the lives of its citizens and their standard of living, as some countries were forced to do. All the decisions taken by the Kingdom to combat and control the Corona epidemic, avoided burdening citizens with burdens that confuse their lives, and was keen to Maintaining it and not being affected by it, and among the quality of these decisions are initiatives to mitigate the financial and economic impact of the pandemic, which aimed to ensure that Saudis’ jobs in the private sector are not affected by the effects of combating the epidemic, and the decision to fix the ceiling on gasoline prices is an extension of these decisions that take into account alleviating the living burdens of the Saudi citizen, supporting him and standing up to his side.
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The latest of which is fixing the price of gasoline.. Despite the losses of “Corona”, the Kingdom has not taken painful decisions that exhaust its citizens

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“It is in my interest that the Saudi citizen is satisfied every day more than the day before,” a statement mentioned by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a television interview broadcast on April 28, and only about two and a half months passed, until the rationale was issued today (Saturday). By adopting gasoline prices for the month of last June, so that the local price ceiling for gasoline will be as of today, July 10, provided that the state bears, according to the directive, what may exceed the prices of June when the monthly price review, in a direct translation of the statement of the Crown Prince, which proves the centrality of the citizen in its leadership concerns and the decisions it makes.

In congruence between Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s statement and the leadership’s motives for fixing the local price ceiling for gasoline, the wise leadership’s guidance stated in the justification for issuing the decision, that it comes “in order to reduce the living burdens of citizens and residents, and to continuously strive to achieve the public interest, and support local economic activity.” “The Kingdom’s leadership aims at the citizen, and it is the ultimate goal of the development strategy, which it has adopted and is working to achieve in recent years, so that its results are reflected on the level of quality of life for all its citizens, with all that quality of life means in terms of an improvement in the standard of living and an improvement in ways of practicing life.

It is necessary to shed light on the economic context, in which this decision was issued, which affects the lives of Saudi citizens. The economy of the Kingdom, like other countries, is still affected by the effects of the outbreak of the new Corona virus and the huge financial losses it caused, and its disruption of various economic, commercial and tourism activities. Despite the fact that the Kingdom has not fully recovered from the effects of the Corona pandemic, due to the various measures and measures it is taking to combat the virus and its many strains to protect the health and safety of its citizens and residents on its lands, it has taken this decision, which will increase obligations on its public budget despite the large number of these commitments.

The issuance of the fixing of the gasoline price ceiling proves that the Kingdom has not taken any painful decisions that severely affect the lives of its citizens and their standard of living, as some countries were forced to do. All the decisions taken by the Kingdom to combat and control the Corona epidemic, avoided burdening citizens with burdens that confuse their lives, and was keen to Maintaining it and not being affected by it, and among the quality of these decisions are initiatives to mitigate the financial and economic impact of the pandemic, which aimed to ensure that Saudis’ jobs in the private sector are not affected by the effects of combating the epidemic, and the decision to fix the ceiling on gasoline prices is an extension of these decisions that take into account alleviating the living burdens of the Saudi citizen, supporting him and standing up to his side.

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The Saudis are the focus of the leadership’s attention

“It is in my interest that the Saudi citizen is satisfied every day more than the day before,” a statement mentioned by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during a television interview broadcast on April 28, and only about two and a half months passed, until the rationale was issued today (Saturday). By adopting gasoline prices for the month of last June, so that the local price ceiling for gasoline will be as of today, July 10, provided that the state bears, according to the directive, what may exceed the prices of June when the monthly price review, in a direct translation of the statement of the Crown Prince, which proves the centrality of the citizen in its leadership concerns and the decisions it makes.

In congruence between Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s statement and the leadership’s motives for fixing the local price ceiling for gasoline, the wise leadership’s guidance stated in the justification for issuing the decision, that it comes “in order to reduce the living burdens of citizens and residents, and to continuously strive to achieve the public interest, and support local economic activity.” “The Kingdom’s leadership aims at the citizen, and it is the ultimate goal of the development strategy, which it has adopted and is working to achieve in recent years, so that its results are reflected on the level of quality of life for all its citizens, with all that quality of life means in terms of an improvement in the standard of living and an improvement in ways of practicing life.

It is necessary to shed light on the economic context, in which this decision was issued, which affects the lives of Saudi citizens. The economy of the Kingdom, like other countries, is still affected by the effects of the outbreak of the new Corona virus and the huge financial losses it caused, and its disruption of various economic, commercial and tourism activities. Despite the fact that the Kingdom has not fully recovered from the effects of the Corona pandemic, due to the various measures and measures it is taking to combat the virus and its many strains to protect the health and safety of its citizens and residents on its lands, it has taken this decision, which will increase obligations on its public budget despite the large number of these commitments.

The issuance of the fixing of the gasoline price ceiling proves that the Kingdom has not taken any painful decisions that severely affect the lives of its citizens and their standard of living, as some countries were forced to do. All the decisions taken by the Kingdom to combat and control the Corona epidemic, avoided burdening citizens with burdens that confuse their lives, and was keen to Maintaining it and not being affected by it, and among the quality of these decisions are initiatives to mitigate the financial and economic impact of the pandemic, which aimed to ensure that Saudis’ jobs in the private sector are not affected by the effects of combating the epidemic, and the decision to fix the ceiling on gasoline prices is an extension of these decisions that take into account alleviating the living burdens of the Saudi citizen, supporting him and standing up to his side.





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