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STRUCTURE - HOST GOVERNMENT -

GENERAL Under article III, section 1 of the California Constitution, California is considered an inseparable portion of the United States and the latter’s Constitution is the Supreme Law.[1] The state government is composed of legislative, executive, and judicial branches and Persons exercising the power of the legislative, executive, or judicial branches may not exercise powers […]

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STRUCTURE - FEDERAL GOVERNMENT -

GENERALLY The United Arab Emirates is composed of seven territories, including Dubai.[1] The Union is separated into five principal bodies under article 45 of the Constitution, which may name inferior agents and delegate certain authority as otherwise provide by the Constitution.[2] LEGISLATIVE The Rulers of the seven Emirates comprise the Supreme National Council, which is […]

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STRUCTURE - HOST GOVERNMENT -

GENERAL Under the Constitution of the United Arab Emirates, each of the seven individual Emirates form the United Arab Emirates;[1] each also being part of the Great Arab Nation.[2] The individual Emirates hold sovereignty over their individual territories and waters in all matters not vested in the Federal Government by the Constitution.[3] With the exception of […]

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