Abu-Ghazaleh Applauds Royal Court’s Code of Conduct as Important Step on Reform Path



AMMAN – HE Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organisation (TAG-Org), has applauded a code of conduct adopted by the Royal Hashemite Court as an important step on the reform path.

Upon directives by His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Royal Court has announced a professional code of conduct binding for its senior officials, advisers and directors.

In a press statement, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh urged all state agencies and private sector establishments to follow suit of the Royal Court's initiative, which, he said, "embodies the leadership's keenness to present the Royal Court as an example of good governance, transparency, credibility, accountability and best international practices".

TAG-Org's chairman and founder, whose group expands over the four corners of the world, emphasised that the move is a unique one that "makes us all proud", adding that such a measure reflects the reform-oriented vision His Majesty presented in his Discussion Papers.

Abu-Ghazaleh concluded his statement by announcing that TAG would be among the first to follow the Royal Court's example and apply the initiative at all its regional and international branches.

TAG-Org announced during its Annual General Meeting held in Amman last month a plan to expand its offices network worldwide from 85 to 100.