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Saudi king sets up website for public complaints

"Tawasul" (interaction) created for citizens to complain directly

King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia ordered the creation of the website for his office so that people can make requests or complain directly.
King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia ordered the creation of the website for his office so that people can make requests or complain directly.

A website has been set up in Saudi Arabia for citizens to be able to lodge complaints directly to the Monarch, Emirates 24/7 reported.

King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia ordered the creation of the website for his office so that people can make requests or complain directly.

"Tawasul" (interaction), was launched on Wednesday by the Royal Court, the Gulf Kingdom's first direct access to the 89-year-old monarch.

"Welcome to Tawasul... out of his majesty's keenness to make it easier for all citizens and to ensure access of all government services to the public, the Monarch has ordered the creation of Tawasul gate, which is an online service offered by the Royal Court through which citizens can make requests or send complaints to the Monarch against any party," the Royal Court said on its new website.