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  1. Facing Human Capital Challenges of the 21st Century: Education and Labor Market Initiatives in Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates: Executive Summary by Gabriella Gonzalez, 2008-10-25
  2. Facing Human Capital Challenges of the 21st Century: Education and Labor Market Initiatives in Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates (2008) by Gabriella Gonzalez, 2008-12-25
  3. Qatar Oil & Gas Sector Business & Investment Opportunities Yearbook (World Business, Investment and Government Library) by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  4. Qatar Mineral & Mining Sector Investment and Business Guide
  5. Doing Business and Investing in Qatar Guide
  6. Qatar Country Study Guide (World Country Study Guide Library) by International Business Publications, USA, 2003-02-04
  7. Qatar Business Law Handbook
  8. Qatar Business and Investment Opportunities Yearbook
  9. Qatar: Background and U.S. Relations (Congressional Research Service Report for Congress) by Jeremy M. Sharp Congressional Research Service, 2010-01-30
  10. Agricultural Export Subsidies and Developing Countries' Interests: Economic Paper 68 by Chris Milner, Wyn Morgan, 2005-06
  11. QATAR - External Factors Influence Qatar's Attitude.(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Strategic Balance in the Middle East
  12. Qatar Financial Sector Business Opportunities Handbook (World Business, Investment and Government Library) by USA International Business Publications, 2005-03-03
  13. QATAR - Pre-Empting Militancy With Democratisation.(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Redrawing the Islamic Map
  14. QATAR - Potential For Spillover Militancy.(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Redrawing the Islamic Map

41. WorldLII - Categories - Countries - Qatar
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42. Qatar Government Type - Government
Facts and statistics about the Government type of Qatar. Updated as of 2010.
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Qatar Government Government type: emirate Definition: This entry gives the basic form of government. Definitions of the major governmental terms are as follows. (Note that for some countries more than one definition applies.):
Absolute monarchy - a form of government where the monarch rules unhindered, i.e., without any laws, constitution, or legally organized oposition.
Anarchy - a condition of lawlessness or political disorder brought about by the absence of governmental authority.
Authoritarian - a form of government in which state authority is imposed onto many aspects of citizens' lives.
Commonwealth - a nation, state, or other political entity founded on law and united by a compact of the people for the common good.
Communist - a system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single - often authoritarian - party holds power; state controls are imposed with the elimination of private ownership of property or capital while claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people (i.e., a classless society).
Confederacy (Confederation) - a union by compact or treaty between states, provinces, or territories, that creates a central government with limited powers; the constituent entities retain supreme authority over all matters except those delegated to the central government.

43. Guide To Law Online: Qatar - Law Library Of Congress (Library Of Congress)
Annotated compendium of online sources providing access to primary documents, legal commentary and general government information about specific jurisdictions and topics.
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44. Qatar Capital Government
Qatar government, capital, and more. conventional long form State of Qatar conventional short form Qatar local short form Qatar
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Market (2002) Qatar Government Overview Geography People Government ... Transnational Issues Capital: Doha Country name: conventional long form: State of Qatar
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local long form: Dawlat Qatar Government type: traditional monarchy Administrative divisions: 10 municipalities (baladiyat, singular - baladiyah); Ad Dawhah, Al Ghuwayriyah, Al Jumayliyah, Al Khawr, Al Wakrah, Ar Rayyan, Jarayan al Batinah, Madinat ash Shamal, Umm Sa'id, Umm Salal Independence: 3 September 1971 (from UK) National holiday: Independence Day, 3 September (1971) Constitution: provisional constitution enacted 19 April 1972; in July 1999 Amir HAMAD issued a decree forming a committee to draft a permanent constitution; in the 29 April 2003 referendum, 96.6% of Qatari voters approved the new constitution Legal system: discretionary system of law controlled by the amir, although civil codes are being implemented; Islamic law dominates family and personal matters

45. ICL - Qatar Index
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46. Qatar Government, Government Of Qatar
The country of Qatar is administered by the monarchic form of government. Absolute power is in the hands of the Emir of Qatar. The Emir is the head of government.
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Qatar government is an absolute monarchy. The government of Qatar is controlled by the Emir of Qatar. The Emir heads the government and also assumes the role of the head of State.
Qatar is ruled by the Al Thani family. The Executive Branch of the Qatar government has the Emir of Qatar as its supreme commander. The Emir is assisted in his duties by the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister of the government of Qatar is chosen by the Emir himself. A number of government departments are responsible to promote and monitor the country's economic progress. The government in Qatar is modeled on the Islamic form of governance. Sharia laws are applicable on the citizens and residents in the Arab country. Formation and functioning of political parties are banned in Qatar. Elections are not held in Qatar.
The country of Qatar has no parliament. A Consultative Assembly is present instead of a formal parliamentary system. The Consultative Assembly has 35 members. All 35 members are appointed by the Emir himself. Municipal elections are held in Qatar. There is limited female suffrage. Qatar is divided into 9 municipal divisions. The municipal divisions are Ar Rayyan, Al Khawr, Ad Dawhah, Al Ghuwayriyah, Al Jumayliyah, Al Wakrah, Umm Salal, Jarayan Al Batinah and Madinat Ash Shamal.
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47. Ambasada Romaniei In Qatar
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49. Embassy Of Qatar In Washington DC- Home Page
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Qatar Government Top of Page Country name: conventional long form: State of Qatar
conventional short form: Qatar
local long form: Dawlat Qatar
local short form: Qatar note: closest approximation of the native pronunciation falls between cutter and gutter, but not like guitar Government type: traditional monarchy Capital: Doha Administrative divisions: 9 municipalities (baladiyat, singular - baladiyah); Ad Dawhah, Al Ghuwayriyah, Al Jumayliyah, Al Khawr, Al Wakrah, Ar Rayyan, Jarayan al Batinah, Madinat ash Shamal, Umm Salal Independence: 3 September 1971 (from UK) National holiday: Independence Day, 3 September (1971) Constitution: provisional constitution enacted 19 April 1972; in July 1999 Amir HAMAD issued a decree forming a committee to draft a permanent constitution Legal system: discretionary system of law controlled by the amir, although civil codes are being implemented; Islamic law is significant in personal matters

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53. Qatar Government Information
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GOVERNMENT The ruling Al Thani family continued to hold power following the declaration of independence in 1971. The head of state is the Amir, and the right to rule Qatar is passed on within the Al Thani family. Politically, Qatar is evolving from a traditional society to one based on more formal and democratic institutions to meet the requirements of social and economic progress. The country's constitution formalizes the hereditary rule of the Al Thani family, but it also establishes an elected legislative body and makes government ministers accountable to the legislature. In current practice, the Amir's role is influenced by continuing traditions of consultation, rule by consensus, and the citizen's right to appeal personally to the Amir. The Amir, while directly accountable to no one, cannot violate the Shari'a (Islamic law) and, in practice, must consider the opinions of leading families and the religious establishment.
The opinions of the people are institutionalized in the Advisory Council, an appointed body that assists the Amir in formulating policy. Elections in 1999, in which both men and women participated, resulted in the formation of a municipal council. One woman candidate was elected to the municipal council in 2003. Municipal elections were held for the third time in April 2007. There has been no serious challenge to Al Thani rule. As the most visible sign of the move toward openness, the Al Jazeera satellite television station based in Qatar is considered the most free and unfettered broadcast source in the Arab world. In practice, however, Al Jazeera rarely criticizes the ruling Al Thani family.

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Figure 10. Qatar: Abbreviated Genealogy of the Al Thani, with Government Positions, 1992 Source: Based on information from John Duke Anthony, Arab States of the Lower Gulf , Washington, 1975, 78; United States, Central Intelligence Agency, Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments , Washington, 1992, 72; and "Qatar," in The Middle East and North Africa, 1993 , London, 1992, 758. Khalifa ibn Hamad Al Thani, ruler of Qatar
Courtesy Embassy of Qatar, Washington The 1970 provisional constitution (sometimes called the basic law) declares Qatar a sovereign Arab, Islamic state and vests sovereignty in the state. In fact, sovereignty is held by the amir, but, although he is supreme in relation to any other individual or institution, in practice his rule is not absolute. The constitution also provides for a partially elected consultative assembly, the Advisory Council. The first council's twenty members were selected from representatives chosen by limited suffrage. The size of the council was increased to thirty members in 1975. Among the council's constitutional prerogatives is the right to debate legislation drafted by the Council of Ministers before it is ratified and promulgated. The amir is also obliged to rule in accordance with Islamic precepts, which include fairness, honesty, generosity, and mutual respect. Islamic religious and ethical values are applicable to both the ruler's personal life and his rule. Thus, the ruler must retain the support of the religious community, which often asserts itself in such areas as media censorship, education regulations, and the status of women.

55. Qatar Government
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Central Tenders Committee Government agency that administers tenders and bids on behalf of all government organs; also responsible for auctioning of government items and/or services and for classifying local contractors Qatar e-Government Web site of the Qatar e-government project whose objective is to deliver government services online; services include: visas, electricity and water bill payments, university registrations, taxes, work permits, birth certificates, health cards, etc Corporation that looks after water and electric supply in Qatar; site has details of work undertaken, important telephone numbers etc Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company Company owned jointly by the government of Qatar and private individuals; participates in the development of small and medium-scale projects in Qatar and neighbouring countries Qatar Postal Corporation Web site gives a history of postal services in Qatar, the head post office, branches, postal rates, postage rates, post box rentals; post offices also accept bill payments for Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation

57. Qatar Government | GlobalEDGE
Qatar Government PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Chief of State Sheik Amir Hamad bin Khalifa AlThani Head of Government Prime Minister Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabir Al-Thani
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PRINCIPAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Chief of State: Sheik Amir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani Head of Government: Prime Minister Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabir Al-Thani The opinions of the people are institutionalized in the Advisory Council, an appointed body that assists the Amir in formulating policy. Elections in 1999, in which both men and women participated, resulted in the formation of a municipal council. One woman candidate was elected to the municipal council in 2003. Municipal elections were held for the third time in April 2007. There has been no serious challenge to Al Thani rule. As the most visible sign of the move toward openness, the Al Jazeera satellite television station based in Qatar is considered the most free and unfettered broadcast source in the Arab world. In practice, however, Al Jazeera rarely criticizes the ruling Al Thani family.

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Qatar E-government has recently been revamped - and renamed. It's now known as Hookomi , which means government. The revamp has introduced a range of additional services, with the aim of streamlining government and enabling residents to do more without having to make the dreaded trip to government departments.
Hookomi now provides 57 e-services, from getting an exit permit to obtaining a post box online. There are also plans to add many more services in the future, until the website, in its own words, "becomes your chief connection with the government of Qatar and all that it offers."
To use the website, you can either select e-services - or if you just want information you can select view all services - or you can choose which category of user you are: visitor, citizens and residents or business. Each category will provide you with a range of relevant options.
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59. Qatar (Government) Tension Arose With Saudi Arabia When Qatar Accused Saudi Forc
Qatar (Government) Qatar suspended a 1965 border agreement with Saudi Arabia (which had never been fully ratified)
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In September 1992 tension arose with Saudi Arabia (with which Qatar has generally enjoyed close links) when Qatar accused Saudi forces of attacking the Qatari border post of al-Khofous, killing two border guards and capturing a third in the process.
The Saudi Government denied the involvement of its armed forces, claiming that the incident had been caused by fighting between rival Bedouin tribes within Saudi territory.
In October it was reported that relations between the two countries had improved as a result of mediation by Kuwait, and the Qatari hostage was released; Qatar nevertheless registered its disaffection by not attending meetings of GCC ministers which took place in Abu Dhabi and Kuwait in November.
In December, however, after mediation by President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Sheikh Kalifa and King Fahd of Saudi Arabia signed an agreement whereby a committee was to be established formally to demarcate the border between the two states. Qatar subsequently resumed attendance of GCC sessions.
In November 1994, however, Qatar boycotted a meeting in Saudi Arabia of GCC ministers of the interior, in protest at what it alleged to have been armed incidents on the border with Saudi Arabia in March and October.

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