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The governments in Dubai by virtue of being dominant emirates enjoy certain exclusive veto powers on matters of national importance. Dubai government has put in lot of effort towards ensuring rapid growth and development in the city. Get to know about the rulers and the heads forming the government in Dubai.
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Dubai Government

Current ruler of Dubai Mohammed Bin Rashid Al MaktoumDubai Government operates under the framework of constitutional monarchy belonging to the federation of United Arab Emirate. Dubai which is located in the Middle East at the southern part of Arabian Peninsula, is one of the seven emirates collectively known as United Arab Emirates (UAE). The other emirates of UAE are Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm al-Quwain and each emirate shares some jurisdiction over the issues of law enforcement within a federal framework by the constitution of UAE adopted in 1971. The veto power possessed by the only two emirates of UAE, namely Dubai and Abu Dhabi is the thing to be described here in regards of Dubai Government.


Before its incorporation as an emirate in year 1971, Dubai and other emirates of UAE were known as the trucial states because of the treaty signed between the British rulers and Arab Sheikhs. Each of the leader of seven emirates constitutes the Supreme Council and the forty member Federal National Council (FNC) is represented by the eight members from Dubai. The FNC is the supreme legislative body to review all the laws governing the UAE. The Government of Dubai alongwith another emirate Ras al Khaimah are the two emirates that do not follow the federal court system of the United Arab Emirates.

The current ruler of Dubai Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (from the Al Maktoum dynasty who is ruling Dubai since 1933) is also the Prime Minister and the Vice President of UAE and a member of the Supreme Council of the Union (SCU).
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