Bassiouni declares that final report on the implementation of BICI recommendations will submit to His Majesty next March

Cairo, Feb. 7 (BNA) -- Former Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) chief Professor Mahmoud Sharif Bassiouni has declared that commission will submit to His Majesty the final report on how far the recommendations were carried out.
Bassiouni added that BICI will consider certain recommandation that were not implemented and will set a timetable for their implementation.
In an interview with Egyptian daily '' Al Ahram'' published today, Professor Bassiouni asserted that BICI included international experts and has worked in Bahrain freely and with full authority and without any interference from the government , underlining the great support BICI enjoyed by UN, EU and other international organizations.
He added that his Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of the Kingdom of Bahrain, issued a royal order on establishing the National Commission to review the recommendations of the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) Report the first its Kind to be formed by a head of country in investigating the internal affairs and to open its doors to all members of the Committee to investigate as well.
Bassiouni said that His Majesty accepted all BICI recommandation and decided to form a committee to follow up these recommendation.
Professor Bassiouni stressed that the Bahraini government has responded with the Commission and provided an opportunity for it to work freely, as well as its interest and keenness to implement the recommendations.

He noted that what is happening in Bahrain of act of violence currently are on a limited scale and not like what happened in February and March of 2011, adding that a large number of those who were dismissed from their jobs returned back to their jobs with the exception of some of them who claimed that they have different jobs in different places.

Bassiouni also said that all students also returned to continue their study in University of Bahrain.