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09 : 50 AM - 04/07/2011
Manama, July 4 (BNA) -- Bahraini dailies focused today on the following topics,,,

Akhbar Al Khaleej
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HRH Premier receives senior officials
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa stressed the significance of the national dialogue in reaching a consensus on Bahrain’s economic, political and social future.
Al Watan
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HM King Hamad Is a Reform Precursor, President Sarkozy says
His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa is a genuine reform-minded precursor, embarking on the democratisation process in Bahrain even before the advent of the "Arab Spring". French President Nicolas Sarkozy acknowledged Bahrain's fledgling democratic experience as he received His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander, at The Élysée Palace last Friday.


Al Ayam
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The ordinary weekly Cabinet meeting
His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al-Khalifa the Prime Minister presided over the weekly ordinary cabinet meeting held today morning. The Cabinet Affairs’ Minister Mr. Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed stated after the meeting as follows: (The meeting was inaugurated by His Royal Highness the Prime Minister who hailed the His Majesty the King’s courageous resolution ordering the formation of the Royal Independent Facts-Finding Commission as an embodiement of the reality and in order to uphold and consecrate the principles and values of justice, transparency, integrity and accountability aell as nurture and maintain liberties and human rights.

Al Bilad
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UK Welcomes HM King Hamad's Establishment of the Royal Independent Fact-finding Commission
The United Kingdom has welcomed His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa's establishment of the Royal Independent Fact-finding Commission composed of international figures to inquire and report on the regretful incidents that gripped Bahrain recently.
In a statement released today, UK Minister for the Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt praised the Royal order, expressing hope that the move will consolidate the human rights situation in the kingdom.

Akhbar Al Khaleej
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All views were listed.. participants to discuss details
Bahraini National Dialogue spokesman Isa Abdul Rahman said the dialogue will address four main themes, namely: political, economic, social and human rights, under which 15 sub-themes are listed.
He added that each sub-theme has 90 topics, which include all invitees' views that will be addressed by 300 participants, noting that each team will discuss issues on its agenda.
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