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Institutions of the Arab League

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Institutions of the Arab League

The institutions of the Arab League are the permanent and non-permanent decision-making and advisory institutions created by the Charter of the Arab League and other agreements since the Arab League's establishment in 1945.

Contents

  • Principal institutions 1
  • Ministerial councils 2
  • Military 3
  • Economic 4
  • Cultural 5
  • References 6
  • Bibliography 7

Principal institutions

Other important bodies are the Refugee Office, the Boycott of Israel Office, the Anti-Narcotic Office, and the Information Offices.[1]

Ministerial councils

  • Council of Arab Ministries of Foreign Affairs
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Information
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Internal Affairs
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Justice
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Infrastructure
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Transportation
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Environment
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Communications
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Electricity
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Tourism
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Social Affairs
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Sports and Youth
  • Council of Arab Ministries of Health

Military

Subsidiary to the Joint Defence Council of the Arab League:

Economic

Subsidiary to the Economic and Social Council of the Arab League:

Cultural

  • [2]

References

  1. ^ a b Oron 1960: 123
  2. ^ "ALECSO organs abroad". ALECSO.  

Bibliography

  • Oron, Yitzhak, ed. (1960), Middle East Record 1, London: George Weidenfeld and Nicholson Limited 
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