Shura Council in Qatar Applauds Fresh National Development Approach, Explores Inclusion of Retirees

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In an effort to achieve sustainable growth and holistic development, Qatar’s Shura Council recently held a session to discuss the launch of the Third National Development Strategy (2024-2030). The strategy is aligned with the broader Qatar National Vision 2030 and aims to ensure financial stability, promote a cohesive society, and enhance the quality of life.
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Envisioning Sustainable Growth

The strategy emphasizes the importance of human resource development, efficient use of environmental resources, and sustainable economic growth. The Shura Council, chaired by HE Speaker Hassan bin Abdullah al-Ghanim, highlighted the need for a robust monitoring system to track the progress of the National Development Strategy 2024-2030.
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Recognizing the Potential of Pensioners

During the session, the council discussed the integration of pensioners into the labor market. Recognizing their potential and vast experience, the council proposed enhancing the ‘Istamer’ platform dedicated to public sector employment for pensioners. The platform aims to identify job requirements and promote the reintegration of retirees through media, leveraging the valuable national human resources that pensioners represent.
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Advancing in Sports and Energy

The council members also commended Qatar’s expertise in managing major international sports events, such as the successful organization of the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2023 and the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The session also addressed a draft law extending Qatar Fuel Company’s concession for marketing and distributing fuels, reaffirming the nation’s commitment to energy sustainability.
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The session, which involved members from the Student Council of the University of Doha for Science and Technology, concluded with the approval of extended committee work on various public service topics, demonstrating the nation’s dedication to continuous improvement and progress.
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