H.E. Abdulrahman Al Owais: Government’s Interaction with FNC’s Proposals Reflects UAE’s Advanced Parliamentary Experience

H.E. Abdulrahman Al Owais: Government’s Interaction with FNC’s Proposals Reflects UAE’s Advanced Parliamentary Experience
04 June 2018 -
  • H.E. Abdulrahman Al Owais: Government’s Interaction with FNC’s Proposals Reflects UAE’s Advanced Parliamentary Experience
    H.E. Abdulrahman Al Owais: Government’s Interaction with FNC’s Proposals Reflects UAE’s Advanced Parliamentary Experience H.E. Abdulrahman Al Owais: Government’s Interaction with FNC’s Proposals Reflects UAE’s Advanced Parliamentary Experience

His Excellency Abdulrahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and Prevention, Minister of State for Federal National Council (FNC) Affairs, applauded reps of the government for attending FNC sessions and addressing its participants' demands and questions as the Council ended the 3rd normal session of its 16th legislative phase.

H.E. Al Owais noted that the government is committed to adhering to the directives of the UAE management and providing its full support to the FNC, insisting that this was evidenced by the presence of His Highness Sheikh Saif Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE and Minister of Inside, at the 14th conference of the third common session of the FNC's 16th legislative chapter, where H.H. reviewed the Ministry of Inside's policy for empowering community cops, along with the Anti-Begging Law.

"The excellent interaction we witnessed throughout this session in between Government representatives and FNC participants reflects the UAE's legislative development. The Emirati model cultivates useful partnership to maintain the nation's quick improvement and prosperity, and has set a winning instance to be emulated," H.E. Al Owais said, saying thanks to FNC Speaker Her Excellency Dr Amal Al Qubaisi for adhering to finest practice when heading the Council's sessions, and applauding the dedication of the group at the Ministry of State for FNC Affairs to fostering collaboration between the Closet and the Council, and keeping an eye on the application of Cabinet Choices based on FNC recommendations.

H.E. Al Owais noted that the Cabinet's representation in FNC sessions continuouslies expand, with more Ministers devoting to be existing. In its 3rd ordinary session of the 16th legal chapter, the Council talked about and released 13 Draft Federal Rules. The FNC discussed 11 basic subjects concerning key fields such as education and health, among others, which resulted in 113 recommendations referred to the Closet. Moreover, FNC members came forward with a total of 51 enquiries.

These achievements contribute to the Federal National Council's currently effective track record, H.E. Al Owais stated, including that the recent successes highlight the relevance of the Political Empowerment Programme launched by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, to mark the nation's 34th National Day. The Program establishes an alternative vision and methods to thrust the UAE ahead amongst all countries.

"The tremendous efforts applied by the Ministry of State for FNC Matters, paired with the comprehensive teamwork and communication in between Government representatives and Council participants, have established a durable approach to satisfying the aspirations of citizens and finding options to their difficulties. This, consequently, accomplishes the enthusiastic vision of the UAE's wise management to involve the people of the UAE in the advancement procedure," H.E. ended.

The Ministry of State for FNC Matters is entrusted with collaborating between the UAE Government and the Federal National Council, checking the execution of Cupboard Choices based on FNC recommendations, and guiding legislative efforts to the advantage of the country and its people. It additionally keeps an eye on the issuance of draft laws, briefs the Cupboard on the intended topics of discussion on the FNC's agenda, help with the Government's representation at Council sessions, and acquire data from Government bodies to sustain the FNC and its committees.