Institutions of the Arab League

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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.

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

References

  1. ^ a b Oron 1960: 123
  2. ^ "ALECSO organs abroad". ALECSO. Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization. 2008-05-23. Retrieved 2010-08-11. 

Bibliography

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