Ministry of State for FNC Affairs Holds Lectures at Abu Dhabi to Promote Political Participation

  • Ministry of State for FNC Affairs Holds Lectures at Abu Dhabi to Promote Political Participation

The Ministry of State for Federal National Council (FNC) Affairs is organising a collection of lectures throughout Abu Dhabi to spread understanding around parliamentary treatments. Formulated to promote political participation in the emirate, there are plans to take the series nation-wide.

Held in partnership with the Majalis Affairs office at Crown Royal prince Court, the campaign hosts top-level experts in a collection of talks to execute the Ministry's vision and construct lasting national collaborations. The purpose is to get to all sectors of society and introduce them to the Political Empowerment Program, launched by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, in his address to note the country's 34th National Day in 2005.

The topics of discussion consist of a review of the Federal National Council, its role, success and tasks, in addition to the society of political engagement in the UAE, the nation's legislative experience, and the FNC election successes over the 3 previous rounds.

His Excellency Tariq Hilal Lootah, Undersecretary at the Ministry of State for FNC Matters, applauded the effort for its role in developing a cohesive society with a feeling of belonging and loyalty to the country and its management.

" The Ministry of State for Federal National Council Matters is dedicated to spreading political recognition in the UAE," H.E. Lootah said. "This partnership with the Majalis Matters office at the Court of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, is a remarkable addition to the Ministry's initiatives because regard."

"This innovative initiative bolsters the Ministry's initiatives and magnifies them to reach a larger sector of UAE culture, in order to additionally advertise political participation and underscore its vital duty in maintaining the country's development and success throughout all markets," H.E. concluded.

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