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Topic - Rashid Alzayani
Alzayani said the government was in "the process of addressing issues of national and international concern, and learning lessons from the recent past."
"We still have employees working who are Shiite, Sunnis and Christians," he said. "We never looked at race or sect thing. We look at productivity and loyalty to the job. They weren't detained because they were Shiite but because they had cases against them. Some have been released. Some are still under dentition."