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Aqaba chief commissioner outlines new administrative by-law

By Petra - Mar 26,2015 - Last updated at Mar 26,2015

AQABA — Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority’s (ASEZA) new administrative by-law will stipulate appointing a commissioner for the city’s affairs in charge of an advisory board consisting of Aqaba residents, ASEZA Chief Commissioner Hani Mulki said Thursday.

The new by-law also stipulates appointing commissioners for economic affairs, the region’s affairs, and finance and revenue, Mulki added at a meeting with the Senate’s Administrative Committee.

The new bylaw will go into effect as soon as it is endorsed by a Royal Decree, the chief commissioner said.

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