Check out this awesome essay written by a Pre-IELTS student about his country’s government.
In Saudi Arabia, there are many ministries such as, the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Commerce, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In addition, Saudi Arabia is a monarchy, that is, the power of the country belongs to the king. However Saudi Arabia was not a colony but King Abdulazize unified the city together under the name ‘Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’.
While in Saudi Arabia, under the king, there are two crown princes, I think the government every week debates the problem inside and outside the country.
Saudi Arabia has alliances with many countries, for example, the United States and all the countries around the world of course New Zealand. Because of that the King of Saudi Arabia, Abdullah bin Abdulazize has a policy to develop the country by sending students overseas.
- Abbas Shata
Did you know? . . .
* Saudi Arabia is not only the homeland of the Arab peoples—it is thought that the first Arabs originated on the Arabian Peninsula—but also the homeland of Islam, the world’s second-largest religion.
*Saudi Arabia was an absolute monarchy until 1992, at which time the Saud royal family introduced the country’s first constitution. The legal system is based on the sharia (Islamic law).