RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman issued a raft of royal decrees on Sunday.
These include the appointment of Abdulaziz bin Hassan Al-Bouq as the new governor of the General Organization for Social Insurance after Mohammad bin Talal Al-Nahas, the former holder of the post, was relieved of his position.
Fahd bin Abdulmohsen bin Saleh Al-Rasheed was appointed as an advisor at the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers.
Al-Rasheed was also relieved of his previous post as CEO of the Royal Commission for Riyadh City and replaced by Ibrahim bin Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Sultan.
The governor of Diriyah, Prince Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Abdulrahman, was also relieved of his post.