UAE Government Structure and Functions - Coggle Diagram
UAE Government Structure and Functions
There are 8 principles of Dubai governance
The Union of the 7 Emirates is vital
Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, and Fujairah
No One is Above the Law
We are a Business Capital
Capital: the money needed to produce goods and services
The first 3 drive growth
Our Society has a Unique Personality
We Believe in Economic Diversification
a lot of range when is comes to making, providing, purchasing, or selling goods or services.
A Land for Talent
We Care about Future Generations
In 1771, the United Arab Emirates was established.
There are 7 Emirates and each one has its own ruler (Emir). Each Emirate is in control of its own oil production and revenue.
The 7 Emirates are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al Quwain, and Fujairah.
Between the 1980's and the 1990's, the United Arab Emirates went through some difficult times
1987: Attempted coup in Sharjah
1991: UAE forces joined the Gulf War
1991: collapse of banking system, crippling Abu Dhabi
In 2006, the United Arab Emirates had its first national elections, and in 2019 40% of the votes were women. This is a very big deal for the UAE.
The United Arab Emirates was established by Sheikh Zayed. He passed away in November of 2004.
Legislative branch: there are 40 members.
20 are appointed and the other 20 is voted in.
the legislative branch creates the law.
Dual system of Sharia and civil courts
Guarantees laws are just and followed
PRESIDENT - Typically the ruler of Abu Dhabi
Appoints the Cabinet and Prime Minister
VICE PRESIDENT and PRIME MINISTER - Typically ruler of Dubai