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Bryane Michael and Abdelaziz Nouaydi

the courts or the audit chamber). They also point to the large concessions over public resources controlled by the Mohammad VI directly or by companies under His control and the control of individuals personally close to His Majesty. 11 Thus, at the base of corruption, the underlying cause of such

Khalid Saad Zaghloul Helmy

the idea that eco- nomic development requires the change of the economic structure through the formation of such advanced productive system required for the employ- ment of the idle human, natural and fi nancial resources; in order to raise the national income during a certain period of time at a rate

M. A. Ansari-Pour

establishment of different kinds of councils including the councils of village, district, town, city and province and the Supreme Council of the Provinces. Article 100 of the Constitution provides that in order to expedite social, eco- nomic, development, public health, cultural and educational programmes and

John Wuol Makec

, social, eco- nomic, professional or trade union purposes without restriction save in accordance with the law. (b) There shall be guaranteed for citizens the right to organise political associations, and shall not be restricted save by the conditions of the consultative decision making (shura) and

Editors Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law

cultural standard and its development. It aims to develop scientific thinking, encourage research and to meet the requirements of eco- nomic and social plans and to establish a generation of strong structure and conduct - a generation proud of its people, territory and heritage and which conserves the

Kilian Bälz

, simi- lar to transnational commerce, also has developed certain unified standards. The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions, for example, recently has published Razz Rules,24 aiming at establishing basic and unified rules for Islamic finance. Notwithstanding many

field of exploitation of and investment in public and natural resources, the development and improvement of the capabilities and opportunities of each of the public, private and mixed sectors in all fields of eco- nomic and social development and within the fiamework of the State's public planning for

Nageeb Shamiri

the Republic of Yemen, President'Ali'Abdalla Saleh, was held in Sana'a during the period 28-30 June 1999, under the title "Managing the Twin Transitions: the Politics of Democratic and Eco- nomic Reform in Emerging Democracies". Seventeen States participated as follows: (a) Yemen; (b)Morocco; (c

Editors Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law

; (iii) all concerned parties participate in the negotiations - including the Audit Organization - with the said companies; (iv) declaration of the results of the negotiations with the said companies, with comparison thereof, and the settlement on the basis of the stated results; (b) extension of the

Sabah Al-Mukhtar

Ministry. The ob- jectives are: (a) to promulgate information about Iraq's culture, history, art as well as politi- cal views; and (b) to enhance the understanding of Iraq's position by others and also to docu- ment such information that would assist researchers in cultural, social and eco- nomic matters