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Emiratis key to sustainable development in UAE

Al Kaabi was speaking during the inauguration of the second round of the 16th Federal National Council chapter on Sunday.

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Published: Tue 8 Nov 2016, 8:53 PM

Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of State for Federal National Council (FNC) Affairs, has reiterated the importance of maintaining the relationship between executive and legislative authorities to achieve sustainable development in the UAE.
"This collaborative relationship adheres to the directives of the UAE's wise leaders," noted Al Kaabi. "This is most evident in the close attention that the council pays to the issues that most affect citizens' lives, bringing them to the fore during the council's meetings to secure the happiness and wellbeing of the Emirati people."
Al Kaabi was speaking during the inauguration of the second round of the 16th Federal National Council chapter on Sunday.
"The council never stops working to meet its responsibilities towards the Emirati people, as set by the UAE' leadership. It is our mandate to serve the people and support them to achieve all their aspirations. They are the UAE's most valuable asset and resource. With this in mind, the UAE spares no effort to empower our citizens and enable them to excel in any field they choose."
The FNC convenes at a time when the UAE is scoring achievements on the local, regional, and global levels. The country is keen to demonstrate its ability to overcome any challenges that it may face as it edges forward to achieve its sustainable development goals, setting an example for progress and prosperity brought about by the solid relationship between the UAE's leadership and people.
She stressed that constructive dialogue remains a main source for legislations. This approach increases the prospects of development and prosperity in all sectors; it reflects the high level of integration and cooperation between the Federal National Council and the UAE Government. The cabinet is keen to address issues raised by the council quickly and seriously in order to form a partnership with the community to improve the quality of life for citizens.
"The UAE leadership strives to establish the government of the future, and encourage the youth to actively participate in the development process and become the leaders of the future," Al Kaabi explained. "This vision must go hand in hand with a significant shift in parliament, one that bolsters the role of the FNC as a representative of the people and their causes, and to practise its mandate as a legislative body that supports the developments taking place around the country."
- reporters@khaleejtimes.com



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