The United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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This paper explains that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven sheikdoms, which has proven to be remarkably politically stable and is one of the most developed countries in the world. The author describes the size, topography, population and climate of the area and stresses that one of the important aspects of the UAE governmental strategy is the emphasis on the cooperation between the federal and local authorities in terms of project implementation. The paper also points out that there are still concerns about the actual existence of a functional democracy and the respect for human rights in this country.
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From the Paper:"Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum was named Vice President and assumed the position of Prime Minister in January 2006. Their programs included the encouragement of public participation in the government, especially by introducing direct elections to the Federal National Council, the national government . Previously, the National Assembly was formed by the appointment of its 40 members by the emirate rulers and acted as a consultative body overall. At present, half of the members will be voted in office, with only the remainder 20 being actually named into the Council by the rulers."
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