DUBAI (Reuters) – Uae federation president Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan has decided women should make up 1 / 2 of its semi-elected advisory body if it’s renewed this year, state-run WAM news agency reported on Saturday.
This will raise the variety of women over the UAE council, which expresses opinion about public issues including bills and government budgets but lacks the role in forming or dismissing cabinets or ministers, from nine to twenty batch that we get.
The 40-member Federal National Council is now chaired with a woman, Amal al-Qubaisi. One half of its members are elected for the four-year term, as you move the other medication is appointed by way of the rulers within the seven emirates comprising the federation.
The last vote for the elected part occured in 2019.