A Guide to Saudi Arabia's Plan to Reorganize Its GovernmentBy
Oil minister, central bank head replaced in significant shift
Changes in line with `Saudi Vision 2030' announced in April
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman issued more than 50 royal decrees on Saturday reorganizing the government of the world’s largest oil exporter. In a statement published by the official Saudi Press Agency, the royal court said the changes were consistent with “Saudi Vision 2030,” the kingdom’s blueprint for the post-oil era, which was announced in April. The shifts will “focus and clarify responsibilities, and ease procedures to offer better services,” the royal court said.
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