The Political System in Saudi Arabia – Student Essay


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The basic law of goverance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is to apply the principals of Islamic laws primarily. The identity of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is Islam and their language is Arabic.

Saudi Arabia has a monarchy system, as the king represents the major pillar in the government system. After the King dies, the son becomes king. The crown is one of the cornerstones of the Saudi regime, the right of the crown prince to assume powers of the king if he dies, to be chosen a new king.

The system represents ‘The Shura Council’ in Saudi Arabia. The council represents an important step in decision making. The council discusses in particular at the general plan for economic and social development, and taught the rules and regulations , treaties and international convention.

– Ali Abdulsamad

Did you know? . . .

* The Kingdom is sometimes called “The Land of the Two Holy Mosques” in reference to Mecca and Medina, the two holiest places in Islam.

* Saudi Arabia is also the only country in the world where women are banned from driving on public roads. Women may drive off-road and in private housing compounds — some of which extend to many square miles.


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