Led by Mp Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Mulla, the delegation projected the true image of Bahrain’s reform momentum.
The legislative delegation took part in the second day of the 10th workshop which brings together parliamentarians and academic figures.
Hull University Centre for Legislatives Studies is organizing the event at Wroxton College, Oxfordshire, under the auspices of the International Parliament Union (IPU).
The delegation outlined Bahrain’s landmark achievements in the sectors of health, education and housing – being constitutionally-guaranteed basic rights.
MP Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Mulla pointed out the recently endorsed constitutional amendments to meet people’s aspirations.
He paid tribute to His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa for initiating a reform project which promoting the Kingdom’s fledgling democracy and projecting its status.
The delegation also included MPs Sawsan Taqawi and Mohammed Al-Emadi and Shura Council members Dr. Nasser Hameed Al-Mubarak, Dr Jehad Abdulla Al-Fadhel and Dr. Said Ahmed Abdulla.