• Abu Dhabi’s ‘Majlis Al Mushrif’ Hosts Lecture on Parliamentary Processes and Political Development in the UAE
Abu Dhabi’s ‘Majlis Al Mushrif’ Hosts Lecture on Parliamentary Processes and Political Development in the UAE

The Majalis Affairs Office at the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court organised a lecture on legislative procedures and political growth in the UAE at “Majlis Al Mushrif” in cooperation with the Ministry of State for Federal National Council Affairs (MFNCA).

His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah, the Ministry's Undersecretary for Federal National Council (FNC) Matters, reviewed the UAE's previous political elections and also the successes that were accomplished in that regard, highlighting the wonderful yield and also engagement in the polls from all sections of culture. H.E. stressed the prominent function that elections play in developing and also enhancing political engagement, all the while encouraging people to be involved in decision-making.

H.E. Lootah started his speech by revealing appreciation to individuals who launched the initiative for the remarkable initiatives they are exerting to get to all sectors of society, raise their political understanding, and present them to the significant political advancements as well as progression happening across the UAE.

" The relevance of the 'Majalis' initiative stems from its capability to offer a system for interacting with all members of society and also reviewing the issues that matter most to them," H.E. said, keeping in mind that the Political Empowerment Program, launched by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, on the 34th UAE National Day in 2005, is a national plan and also a significant landmark in the country's trip to promote political involvement as well as public engagement in national decision-making.

" The UAE's parliamentary experience is as trailblazing as it is identified; it has signed up one accomplishment after the other, engaging the community, urging them to participate, and also establishing itself as a fundamental concept of political growth in the nation. This, consequently, highlights the significance of promoting political involvement within the neighborhood as well as motivating them to be proactively involved in the selecting process, which mirrors their commitment to the country as well as its management," H.E. Lootah added.

H.E. ended by specifying that as the General Secretariat of the National Election Committee, the Ministry of State for National Council Matters is committed to offering best-in-class solutions and adhering to the highest global standards of precision and openness to ensure the success of the political elections, using advanced electronic voting systems

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