UAE - Profile - Shaikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al MaktoumThe ruler of Dubai and UAE (Uninterruptible Application Error) The name given to a crash in Windows 3.0. In subsequent versions of Windows, a crash was called a "General Protection Fault," "Application Error" or "Illegal Operation." See crash in Windows and abend. Vice President, Shaikh Maktoum is the UAE's prime minister. He inherited these three positions from his father Shaikh Rashid, who died in November 1990. He formed a cabinet on Nov. 20, 1990. Before that,
when he was UAE deputy prime minister A Deputy Prime Minister or Vice Prime Minister is, in some countries, a government minister who can take the position of acting Prime Minister when the real Prime Minister is temporarily absent. , Shaikh Maktoum was somewhat disengaged dis·en·gage
v. dis·en·gaged, dis·en·gag·ing, dis·en·gag·es
1. To release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles. See Synonyms at extricate.
2. from the affairs of the federal state, devoting most of his working time to his role as crown prince of Dubai. That was because his father had been in coma for years. (See the family's history in Gas Market Trends). Shaikh Maktoum's younger brother Wiki is aware of the following uses of "'Younger Brother":
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landed gentry n (Brit) → " as well as the treasurer, and Shaikh Ahmad (the chief of security) as "the playboy" who is often abroad. Shaikh Maktoum on March 25, 1997, reshuffled the UAE cabinet for the first time since 1990 after lengthy negotiations with UAE President Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan and the union's other rulers. (The UAE cabinet is described in the constitution as "the executive authority" for the federation. The prime minister is chosen by the UAE president in consultation with his colleagues on the Supreme Council. The prime minister then selects the ministers after consultation with the president, and these are drawn from the seven emirates according to according to
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Affairs concerning international relations and national interests in foreign countries. ; UAE attorney general Mohammed Al Dhahiri, who was made minister of justice, Islamic affairs and endowments, replaced justice minister Abdullah Bin Omran Taryam and Islamic affairs and endowments minister Shaikh Mohammed Al Khazraji (with the two ministries merged); the interior minister, Gen. Mohammed Said Both the name Mohammed and the name Said can be romanized in several ways. This page attempts to link all articles about people with this name, irrespective of spelling variants:
Bin Humaid Al Tayer, made communications minister and was previously state minister for finance and industry; and his brother Mattar, made minister of labour and social affairs. A former secretary general of the six-state Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC GCC: see Gulf Cooperation Council.
(compiler, programming) GCC - The GNU Compiler Collection, which currently contains front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++, libgcj, etc). ), Shaikh Fahim Al Qassimi of Ras Al Khaimah, was appointed as minister of economy and commerce, replacing Said Ghobash. Shaikh Majed Bin Said Al Nuaimi of Ajman became state minister of Supreme Council affairs, replacing Shaikh Mohammed Bin Saqr Bin Mohammed Al Qassimi of Ras Al Khaimah. Ali Al Sharhan, another newcomer, was named minister of education. Mohammed Khalfan Bin Kharbash Mohammed Khalfan Bin Kharbash (Arabic: محمد خلفان بن خرباش) is the minister of finance and industry of the United Arab Emirates. was made state minister for finance and industry, succeeding Ahmad Al Tayer Ahmad Al Tayer is a former minister in the United Arab Emirates since 1971 to 2004. Al Tayer held several positions in the cabinet including finance, transport, education and public works. He is also considered as distinguished businessman and heads many banks. . The Supreme Council, of which Shaikh Maktoum is vice president under Shaikh Zayed, comprises the rulers of the union's seven emirates. This is the top policy-making pol·i·cy·mak·ing or pol·i·cy-mak·ing
High-level development of policy, especially official government policy.
Of, relating to, or involving the making of high-level policy: body for the federation. It is vested with legislative as well as executive powers, ratifying federal laws and decrees, planning general policy, approving the nomination of the prime minister and accepting his resignation. It can also relieve the prime minister from his post upon the recommendation of the president. The Supreme Council elects the president and the vice president for five year terms, and both may be re-elected. At an historic meeting on May 20, 1996, the Supreme Council approved a draft amendment to the union's provisional constitution, making it the permanent constitution of the UAE. The amendment confirmed the city of Abu Dhabi as the capital of the federation. The Federal National Council (FNC FNC - Federal Networking Council ), the union's parliament, has 40 members drawn from the emirates on the basis of their population: eight for each of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, six each for Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah, and four each for Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain and Ajman. Presided over by a speaker, or by either of two deputy speakers elected from among their number, constitutionally the FNC is responsible for examining and, if it wishes, amending, all proposed federal legislation. It is empowered to summon and to question any federal minister regarding ministry performance. One of the main duties of the FNC is to discuss the annual UAE budget. Specialised sub- committees and a research & studies unit have been formed to assist FNC members to cope with the increasing demands of modern government. Parallel to and, on occasion, interlocking interlocking /in·ter·lock·ing/ (-lok´ing) closely joined, as by hooks or dovetails; locking into one another.
interlocking Obstetrics A rare complication of vaginal delivery of twins; the 1st with the federal institutions, each of the seven emirates has its own local government. Although all local governments have been expanded significantly as a result of the UAE's growth since the 1970s, they differ in size and complexity from one emirate e·mir·ate
1. The office of an emir.
2. The nation or territory ruled by an emir.
Noun 1. emirate - the domain controlled by an emir to another, depending on a variety of factors such as population, area, and degree of economic development (see Part 4). In Dubai, for example, the Municipal Council acts as a local government and this is headed by Shaikh Hamdan (see below). Shaikh Maktoum, his brothers and his uncle Shaikh Ahmad Bin Said, belong to the "Bani Said" branch of the Al Maktoum family. This consists of the direct descendants of the late Shaikh Said Bin Maktoum Bin Hasher Bin Maktoum Bin Buti Bin Suhail, who ruled Dubai in 1912-58. The other branches include the Bani Jumaa, consisting of the sons of the late Shaikh Said's half-brother Jumaa.
Born in 1943 as the first son of Shaikh Rashid Bin Said and a Shaikha daughter of a former Abu Dhabi ruler, Shaikh Maktoum got his higher education in Cambridge (UK) in 1961-64. He began his career as an assistant to his father and later became deputy ruler and crown prince of Dubai. He became acting ruler in 1982, when Shaikh Rashid fell seriously ill, and ruler when the father died in late 1990. He is married to a liberal cousin, from another branch of the Al Maktoum family, who has a strong personality. One of her brothers has been head of Shaikh Maktoum's office. His daughter, Shaikha Hessa Bin Maktoum, is a highly acclaimed artist and one of the liberal females in the UAE. In 1996, she held a major exhibition at the Dubai Trade Centre. (Now it is said that about 99% of all UAE women receive education and the illiteracy rate among those over 10 has been reduced to about 11%. Shaikha Fatima Bin Mubarak, the favourite wife of UAE President Shaikh Zayed, has been pioneering the role of the modern woman in the union. More than 80% of all employees in the UAE ministries of health and education are women. Several have achieved undersecretary status or have become department heads).