UAE government - Coggle Diagram
8 principles of uae governance
The Union of the 7 Emirates is vital
No One is Above the Law
We are a Business Capital
The Three Factors Above Drive Growth
Our Society has a Unique Personality
We Believe in Economic Diversification
A Land for Talent
We Care about Future Generations
Make the laws
20 appointed, 20 voted in
A dual system of Sharia and civil courts.
Guarantees that laws are fair and followed
PRESIDENT - Typically the ruler of Abu Dhabi
Appoints the Cabinet and Prime Minister
VICE PRESIDENT and PRIME MINISTER - Typically ruler of Dubai
Makes sure all laws are in place.
Changes in UAE government
1971: UAE established. The UAE consists of 7 Emirates, each ruled by its own leader. The emirates are called: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, and Fujairah. Each emirate controls its own revenue and oil production.
1980s and 1900s
987: Attempted coup in Sharjah
1991: UAE forces joined the Gulf War
1991: collapse of banking system, crippling Abu Dhabi
Reforms in the 2000s
2006: First National Elections!
2019 elections - nearly 40% of applicants were women