Qatar Chamber chairman HE Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani announced that nomination for the chamber’s election for its eight sectors for the sixth council from Sunday March 25th to Tuesday April 10th, according to a press statement issued by the chamber on Wednesday.
This will be in accordance with Law No (11) of the year 1990 regarding the establishment of the chamber amended by the Law No(11) of 1996 and Law (23) of 2018 and the decision of the Minister of Economy and Commerce No (83) of 2018 and resolution No (86) regarding formulating the supervising committee on the chamber’s elections.
The statement said that sectors include 17 representatives (board members) ; including 5 representatives for trading sector, 4 for contracting, 3 for industry, 1 representative for services, agriculture, investment, banks, tourism and insurance sectors.
Sheikh Khalifa extended his sincere appreciation and gratitude for the Emir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani for his continuous support and kind patronage for the private sector.
This support helped the private sector maximize its role and positive participation in the economic process, he added.
Candidates shall be Qatari, older than 25 years old, enjoy good reputation, educated and owns or partner or director in a company or institution in one of the economic sectors abovementioned.
Candidate shall also be a member in the chamber and doesn’t work in a governmental body.
The candidate’s company Commercial Registration shall be more than 5 years from the date of nomination.
Documents needed for nomination shall include QR ID, copy of criminal record, education certificate, CR, Qatar Chamber membership and a certificate demonstrates that the candidate is not employee in the government.
Candidates who meet these requirements shall submit all abovementioned documents in a close envelope to head of the supervising committee at the headquarter of the Ministry of Economy and Commerce within the working hours in Lusail, Tower No (A) 11th floor, department of legal affairs.