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In November 2008, Bahraini opposition politician Ebrahim Sharif was invited to a talk show on state television to discuss state finances. Sharif used the opportunity to point out several financial irregularities, including the fact that since 2003 the royal family‚Äôs exorbitant privy purse have been hidden from the state budget. The following day, information minister… Read more »

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Bahrain Watch is an independent not-for-profit organisation registered in the United Kingdom with a network of researchers across five countries in three continents. Our team collaborates with the organisations wider network on cutting-edge technical analysis of data from public and private sources, to generate impacts on the ground in Bahrain and the wider Gulf, and… Read more »