Ash- Sharqiyah Development Company announces the start of electronic voting on the items of the ordinary assembly general meeting (1st meeting)
|Announcement Detail||Ash-Sharqiyqh Development Company is pleased to announce to its shareholders the beginning of electronic voting on the items of the Ordinary General Assembly Meeting (the first meeting), which will which will be held by using the modern technology , TADAWULATY system, in the framework of supporting preventive efforts and measures by the relevant health authorities to address the emerging corona virus COVID- 19 Based on the decision of the Council of the Capital Market Authority on 16/03/2020, which includes suspending the association contract in attendance until further notice, and just holding it through modern technology means in order to ensure the safety of dealers in the capital market , which supporting efforts and protectiction procedures by the competent health authorities and relevant to address the emerging virus Corona( COVID-19 ), extension of the continuous efforts of all government agencies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to take the necessary preventive measures to prevent its spread at 6:30 pm on Sunday 12 July 2020 . |
The shareholders of Ash-Sharqiyah Development Company who registered in Tadawulaty can benefit from the electronic voting service and start the voting process from 10:00 AM of Wednesday 8 July 2020 until the end of the meeting time..
Accordingly, we invite all Ash- Sharqiyah`s Development Company shareholders to participate and vote remotely , noting that the registration in Tadawulaty services and voting is available free of charge to all shareholders by entering the following link : https://tadawulaty.com.sa
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