Bahrain: Expats excluded from reduced EWA bills

Utility Bills
The readjusted bills benefits Bahraini citizens by charging them according to last year’s issued amount

The Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) has announced the readjusted utility bills, exclusive to Bahraini citizens, for June, July and August would be issued in the September bills.

The readjusted bills benefit Bahraini citizens by charging them according to last year’s issued amount, given that the amount is lower compared to bills issued in 2019 for the same period.

The decision was made to ease the pressure of utility bills that increase during the summer and was directed only to Bahrainis while expats continue to struggle.

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Solly
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Solly

The EWA bills for expats skyrocketed in the last few months. Many people can no longer afford their accommodation. This makes Bahrain a less business friendly environment. Any relieve for expats?

Aabdulla
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Aabdulla

Expats are waiting for this kind of news.

Moideen
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Moideen

Please consider us also a part of the human, whoever use the power and water better to help equally. God bless you all dears.

ABN
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When all Expats Leave the Country, after that they will Understand.

Mostly all Bahraini depends on Expat House Rent for their Business & livelihood.

if Expats will be not their than they will Understand, because they cannot do Hard work like Expats.
believe or don’t believe its true, expats are hard worker.

EGK
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EGK

The GCC needs to start being fair, the expats are the backbone of the social wellbeing of the nation and on them we rely.
Like all the western countries we did have this type of slavery but the world has moved on.

Samiramsis03
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Samiramsis03

Silent killer for expats. Sorry but being a Islamic country we setting wrong example of human equality. These are basic needs of every human being

Zeeshan Ahmed
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Zeeshan Ahmed

Why all arab countries have so inhumane rules towards expats.these stupid countries are built with the sweat and blood of expats,yet they have no respect for expats.typical biased people openely practice rasicism.

Maribel
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Maribel

That’s so unfair…should be for expats as well

lmc
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lmc

the expats should be given some benefit. the rule is becoming anti expats. Expats are the backbone of most of their business, health, and construction sector… can a local work for 12 hours daily in the heat of the sun. No. they should have some benefits for expats so they will attract more workers to build their nations

Ayub
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Ayub

That’s why I am sending my family back to home country!