The Distribution of Power in the Federal systems of the United Arab Emirates and the Federal Republic of Germany
The Federal system is a system of government in which two levels of government share the power in one country. The two levels of government derive their powers from a federal cons - tuition. The federal constitution distributes power between the two levels of government and insures the co-independence of the two levels of government.
There are several forms of distribution of powers between the levels of government in the federal system. The form of distribution of power and its gradual change is affected by the different factors in the country.
The paper starts with stressing the importance of distribution of power for the establishment and survival of any federal system.
The distribution of executive and legislative power in the federal system of the Federal Republic of Germany is studied. Historical, political and other factors affecting the German federal system are mentioned.
The distribution of executive and legislative power in the federal system of the United Arab Emirates is studied.
The different factors affecting the federal system in the United Arab Emirates are mentioned.
The paper contains a comparison between the distributions of power in the two federal systems. The paper sheds light on the problems existing in the actual distribution of power in the United Arab Emirates federal system and explains the causes for such problems.
"The Distribution of Power in the Federal systems of the United Arab Emirates and the Federal Republic of Germany,"
UAEU Law Journal: Vol. 1998:
11, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol1998/iss11/2