“The consultant” approves a draft law organizing the Sharjah Museums Authority

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Sharjah: «Gulf»
The Sharjah Consultative Council approved the draft law organizing the Sharjah Museums Authority after the introduction of a number of amendments to it, and in its fifth session within the work of the second ordinary session of the tenth legislative session, the council discussed the draft law in light of the report received by the Committee of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security and Utilities Affairs General Council.
The session was chaired by Ali Mehd Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the Advisory Board, and attended by Counselor Issa Saif bin Handal, Director of the Legal Department of the Government of Sharjah, Aisha Rashid Deemas, Director of Executive Affairs at the Sharjah Museums Authority, and Sultan Al Jarwan, legal researcher at the Legal Department of the Government of Sharjah.
At the outset of discussing the draft law, Ahmed Saeed Al-Jarwan, Secretary-General of the Council said that a letter was received by the Council on November 11, 2020 AD, from the General Secretariat of the Executive Council of the Emirate of Sharjah referring a draft Law No. for the year 2020 regarding the organization of the Sharjah Museums Authority, according to the provisions of Article (71) of the Regulations The Interior Ministry referred the draft law to the Committee for Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security Affairs and Public Utilities, to study and consider the project and submit a report to the Council.
Al-Jarwan clarified that the council will discuss the draft law, take notes on it, and ratify each article by approving or maintaining the amendments as received from the Executive Council (with the help of the attached comparative table).
Member Obaid Muhammad Al-Qabid Al-Tunaiji, Rapporteur of the Committee of Islamic Affairs, Endowments, Municipalities, Security Affairs and Public Utilities in the Council, read out the draft law.
The members discussed the provisions of the law and the objectives of the Sharjah Museums Authority contained in the project, aimed at organizing work and upgrading museums, and how to maintain, manage and promote them.
In their interventions, members provided a number of opinions on the articles of the draft law, and government representatives responded to inquiries by explaining aspects of the legal interpretation of the draft law’s articles.
After the discussion, the Council approved the draft law, and Secretary General Ahmed Saeed Al-Jarwan announced that the next session of the Council will be held on Thursday, December 10, and the topic will be to discuss the policy of the Sharjah Radio and Television Authority.

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