Cairo: Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa has issued a series of decrees introducing structural changes in government institutions.
The royal decrees include restructuring the ministries of interior and foreign affairs, Bahrain’s news agency BNA reported.
The monarch also issued a decree relieving all advisors to the prime minister of their posts, it added.
Another decree appointed a director-general of the prime minister’s office and a secretary-general of the council of ministers, the agency added.
The government, meanwhile, agreed to amend the regulation structures of a number of ministries and institutions revoking some positions and directorates as well as changing affiliations of some others, Bahraini media said.
The move aims at improving those institutions’ performance and boosting their efficiency.