History Of The United Arab Emirates

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Geography United Arab Emirates redirected from Dawlat Al-Imarat Al-Arabiyah Al-Muttahidah. It consists of seven emirates (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm al Qaiwain, Ras el Khaimah, and Fujairah). The United Arab Emirates in the Arabian Peninsula at the southeast corner, its shape like a triangle, its coastline forms the southern part of the Persian Gulf and the South-East coast of Oman Gulf of parts of the West Coast; nearly countries are Oman and Saudi Arabia. Total area is 83,600 square kilometres, but there is no river in the country. Climate Basically in the UAE is desert weather, warm and sunny in winter and hot and humid in summer. The UAE seldom rains, year-round temperature is over 25 degree centigrade, but the highest temperature…show more content…
History The UAE can be divided into three historical stages. First stage, The United Arab Emirates was expelled from Oman after Portugal 's invasion. Second stage, during the 17th century to 19th century, the United Kingdom signed the treaty with the tribes on the edge of the Persian Gulf in order to protect the defense and foreign affairs for these tribes. The United Kingdom destroyed some coastal fortresses of Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Dubai and signed this treaty to ensure the shipping industry between India and Egypt. Last stage, in the end of 1971, there were 6 of emirates announced independent and in the early 1972, Ras Al-Khaimah announced independent, the UAE established. Politics The UAE government is a federal constitutional system, including the following institutions: Supreme Council The primary responsibility of the Supreme Council is developing country major policy, including elects the president and decides the term limit. All members of the Supreme Council are the chief of each United Arab Emirates. The Council of…show more content…
It has dual political power can establish the law and supervisory the implementation of other political organizations. Federal Ministry of Justice The Federal Ministry of Justice, including the Supreme Court and the Court of First Instance, which has its own independence and no other government institutions can control. Foreign Policy The UAE foreign policy is neutral and non-aligned, friendly and peaceful coexistence with other countries, the maintenance of world peace is the UAE important goal in its foreign policy. The UAE in order to protect the free passage of the Gulf waterway and opposed to compete and expand foreign forces. The UAE have established diplomatic relationship with 146 countries, joint efforts to improve the development in all aspects. Law The UAE law system is Federal Court system, including civil, criminal and Sharia law. Each emirate has its own a secular court judgments in criminal, civil and commercial cases and resolve the Islamic courts family, religious disputes. Meanwhile, the International Treaty is also an important component of the UAE legal system.
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